Why wellbeing at work is no longer a company perk

25 May 2021

Christina Lawrence is the Head of People, and Mental Health First Aider at PRMA Consulting, a member of Fishawack Health. She explains the benefits of wellbeing at work being recognised as a business strategy, and how their colleagues are engaging with wellbeing initiatives at work.

There is growing recognition of the importance of building healthy workplaces and working lives, and employers are understanding their role in supporting the mental health of their employees.

Parallel to the employee wellbeing initiatives at Fishawack Health, PRMA Consulting, a member of Fishawack Health initiated an employee support program to support their global colleagues through the change and disruption caused by COVID-19. Christina Lawrence, Head of People, and Mental Health First Aider shares insights from a wellbeing work session as part of their supportive program.

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