Employer Case Studies
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dentsu’s continued investment and prioritisation of mental health support at all levels, alongside their commitment to listening and responding to employee needs, secures their place as a leader in the field.
Warmworks’ unwavering belief in valuing the individual to help them fulfil their potential has led to the provision of a range of support with multiple access points, indicative of their nurturing culture and supportive working environment.
Mills & Reeve LLP – Commended 2023, Best for mental health & wellbeing sponsored by Investors in People
Mills & Reeve’s approach to wellbeing is people-centred, focusing on solutions that meet individual need and creating an environment where everyone feels they have a voice and are able to show up as themselves.
The Bank of Ireland have implemented a pioneering strategy that promotes wellbeing through a range of support as well as reducing stigma and normalising conversations around mental health.
Since its launch in 2017, SenseOn has enabled flexible working practices, empowering employees to take ownership of where, when and how they work to boost productivity and grow the business.
Arnold Clark’s commitment to supporting employees has led to a raft of measure that go the extra mile in helping people through challenging times and normalising conversations around mental health.
Northern Lighthouse Board recognises the value of supporting mental health in sustaining employee engagement and creating opportunities for growth. As such they have introduced a package of measures designed to enhance wellbeing and offer a safety net in times of crisis.
Santander has a holistic approach to the wellbeing of their staff, implementing a package of support that allows employees to thrive.
Flexibility runs throughout the thriving culture of People Untapped. As it goes from strength to strength, the business credits flexible working with its success and its engaged and high performing team.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield’s ‘Working Families Together Champions’ family network operates to connect and support parents whilst also influencing positive policy change to enhance the family-friendly culture.
The Bank of England’s Parents+ network offers support to members in balancing their career with the pressures of home life, as well as affecting change at an organisational level to ensure parents at all stages of the journey feel valued and supported.
Phoenix Group has introduced policies and practices that enable carers in their workforce to look after their loved ones without the worry that it will impact their income or career, thereby creating a culture of belonging which has improved retention and productivity.
A strong community culture and authentic personal connection drive the sense of wellbeing at the management consultancy firm, Slalom. Peer support sessions, buddying and joint tea breaks all foster an environment where individuals can talk with one another about their experiences, struggles and challenges.
Santander’s response to Covid-19 highlights its position as an industry leader in mental health and wellbeing for staff members.
Healthy Mind Champions are being rolled out across Nationwide Building Society. All business areas must have someone trained to spot mental health issues and signpost to appropriate support.
Wellbeing is addressed holistically at law firm Mills & Reeve, with support for parents, carers, those living alone, those experiencing domestic abuse and parents of children with additional needs. Health and fitness, as well as digital and financial wellbeing are all catered for. Flexible working is key with more than 250 different working patterns at the company.
Scottish Water is a public sector organisation providing vital water and wastewater utility services across Scotland, enabled by a workforce of 4200 employees.
Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's busiest airport ensuring thousands of passengers reach their destinations each day safely and with the best customer experience.
Mental health training for managers and the creation of mental health champions supports mental wellbeing. Champions deliberately include employees who work on the company’s construction sites.
An employee network addresses physical and mental health challenges at work and aims to give members of staff the confidence to speak up and ask for help if they need it.
Well established senior-level ‘mental health champions’ and stories from senior leaders who have experienced mental health issues are helping normalise the previously taboo issue.
Carers are actively encouraged to discuss their caring responsibilities with their line manager, and managers are asked to consider who in their team may have a caring role out-with the workplace and offer appropriate support.
Case study library supported by a donation from the Wainwright Trust
The now-closed Wainwright Trust was set up in 1988 in the name of equal pay and opportunities pioneer David Wainwright. Following David’s tragically early death in 1987 the Wainwright Trust raised money, commissioned and published research, funded and helped produce invaluable tools in the fight for equal pay and opportunities and held annual events to bring together and update people committed to and active in the area of equality at work.