Mental Health Awareness 
Week 2022

For us, being open and providing support for the mental health and wellbeing of our employees is a vital element in ensuring that we have an inclusive work culture and a safe, supportive and compassionate community.
Tragedy struck Jake and his family in 2020. This Mental Health Awareness Week, he's shared his story of his journey back into the workplace as he battled mental health issues. 
2022 Mental Health 
Awareness Week
As we support discussions this week, we also recognise that mental health and wellbeing support needs to be available all year-round. That's why we've trained volunteer employees as Mental Health First Aiders, who assist colleagues within our internal community. Our UK employees, and their plus ones, have free access to a subscription-only Unmind app, which provides expert tools, training and exercises to look after your mental wellbeing. Our Employee Assistance Programme is also available internationally, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to help our employees with life’s ups and downs.
Members of our employee resource group, MindSet, have shared blogs on how the NHS 5 ways to mental wellbeing might tackle loneliness, for their own experience or to help when supporting others.