Month: June 2016

Emma Hammond – Genus Law

Being a member of the Mindful Employer Network has been such a great way to make connections with like-minded employers and individuals, which has enabled us to share best practice and discuss new ideas.

Leeds City Council

“Leeds City Council has the potential to be a powerful force for change in the city” As the city’s biggest employer, Leeds City Council has put the positive promotion of mental health in the workplace at the heart of its agenda. The council signed the MINDFUL EMPLOYER charter in 2011. As part of an ongoing …

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Leeds Mind

As the lead partner for MINDFUL EMPLOYER in the city, Leeds Mind has a responsibility to demonstrate its commitment to the aspirations of the MINDFUL EMPLOYER charter. The charity works hard to implement progressive recruitment practices, such as involving the people who access its services in recruitment and selection (and providing training to those who …

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Yorkshire Water

With savings of £800.000 in just 15 months, and an overall reduction in sickness absence of 0.8%, Yorkshire Water has reaped the benefits of putting wellbeing at the heart of its business agenda. Employee Health and Wellbeing Manager Susan Gee knows that people are more engaged and better able to use their skills when they …

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