Mental Health Awareness Week


Mental Health – Security’s Invisible Enemy (18 May)

‘Corps Security has announced that it will be hosting a vital mental health event, Mental Health – Security’s Invisible Enemy, in May during Mental Health Awareness Month. The event will aim to break the stigma around mental wellbeing in the security sector and bring together senior managers and leaders to discuss ideas, share experiences and…

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Landmarc to Address Mental Health in the Workplace

In support of Mental Health Awareness Week (9th-15th May 2022), Landmarc Support Services (Landmarc) has signed the Mental Health at Work Commitment, curated by the Thriving at Work Leadership Council, Business in the Community (BITC) and mental health charity Mind, to demonstrate its commitment to developing a thriving and inclusive workplace environment. In a survey…

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Tackling Loneliness at Work

With Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 (9th-15th May) focusing on Loneliness at Work, Alex Minett, Head of Products and Markets at health and safety compliance solutions provider CHAS, sheds light on how employers can tackle the issue as part of a wider mental health agenda. Who is affected by loneliness? In short, anyone can be…

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