We are delighted to announce our partnership with national mental health and wellbeing charity, The Kaleidoscope Plus Group.
Our announcement follows world suicide prevention day, which took place on the 10th September 2019 and we hope that our collaboration will help us to further support our clients as well as their employees.
A study conducted by ACAS revealed that mental ill-health costs UK employers £30 billion each year in sickness absence, reduced productivity and resource to replace staff who leave work due to mental health.
Emma Neate, co-founder of Neate & Pugh said, “We are determined to give businesses in the region and further afield a helping hand by providing the tools and information they need to support their employees’ mental health.”
Emma continued, “We are ecstatic to work
alongside such a reputable mental health and wellbeing charity, who continue to
provide first-class mental health training courses and toolkits to businesses
across the UK.”
According to the Health and Safety at Work Act, employers have a duty of care to protect the health, safety and welfare of all employees, which includes work-related mental health problems.
Founder and CEO of The Kaleidoscope Plus Group, Monica Shafaq said, “The nation’s workforce is buckling under the pressures of more demanding working environments, longer commutes and financial burdens. We believe that each and every one of us will experience mental health at some point in our lives, and we urge employers to understand how to spot the signs of someone in need, and put processes into place to help support them.”
Our mission is to deliver exceptional employment law & HR advice and support, to help our clients manage their employment relationships as effectively as possible.
Responsive. Straight forward. Cost effective.
Our team are dedicated to finding the most pragmatic solutions for our clients and ensuring that their challenges are met with an expert helping hand.