Startups advised to adopt wellbeing pledge following World Mental Health Day

Oct 11, 2017 · startups.co.uk

Bring your full self to work

Employers should be encouraged to "bring their full selves to work" in a bid to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health in the workplace.

Start-ups and small businesses have been advised to adopt a ‘mental health pledge’ following World Mental Health Day (Tuesday 10 October).

An initiative launched by Sanctus, business owners have been urged to make a promise that employees can "Bring Your Full Self to Work" – in support of mental health.

Working with over 20 partners to provide mental health coaching in the workplace, Sanctus want to see a world where mental health is treated in exactly the same way as physical health.

Their Mental Health Pledge outlines a radical yet practical framework for businesses to support mental health in the workplace, so people can be themselves without any fear.

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