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At Coyle Personnel, we understand that our employees most valuable asset is their mental well-being. Mental health is a topic that affects each of us, regardless of age, gender, or background. As we mark this year’s World Mental Health Day, we want to remind you the importance of mental health awareness and support.
In a workspace that is so demanding and fast-paced, the need to address mental health is more critical than ever. Things such as deadlines, workloads and personal obstacles can take a toll on our mental health.
Positive mental health holds significance as it empowers people to effectively handle life's challenges, in various aspects of their lives, including their professional and personal environments.
One of the main barriers to seeking help for mental health issues is the stigma associated with it. Many people suffer in silence, afraid to speak up or seek help due to fear of judgment or discrimination. We encourage open conversations and remind our employees that seeking help is a sign of strength and not weakness. Usually, your GP is the first place you should go to if you have concerns about your mental health that won’t go away. Or you can also:
Call NHS 24 Mental Health Hub at 111
Message SHOUT to 85258 for 24/7 text support on your mobile
Visit the Mind website, click here or call them at 0300 123 3393
As of last year, we have signed up to Pirkx, an employee benefits programme that will give all of our staff access to excellent benefits, discounts, and much more.
All employees have access to our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), which offers tools and discreet counselling to help you deal with life's issues, whether they are personal or professional.
Additionally, you can use the Health Assured app. This app provides you with access to a range of resources, including articles, self-assessment tools, and a 24-hour helpline, to ensure that you get the support you need whenever you need it.
Mental health awareness is a vital issue that deserves our attention and dedication. By having conversations surrounding mental health, we can create a world where everyone feels valued and empowered to seek help when needed.
Together we can make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families affected by mental health challenges.