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Accreditation

Equality Commission Mental Health Charter

We have a launched a new Mental Health Charter for employers and service providers. The Charter, jointly produced by the Equality Commission, Action Mental Health, Disability Action, Mindwise, Mental Health Foundation and Niamh, provides a framework for working towards mentally healthy workplaces.

Country: UK

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Typical Cost: Unknown

Equality Commission Mental Health Charter

Our team says...

Based on our expertise as experienced recruitment professionals, we highly recommend that companies pursue the "Equality Commission Mental Health Charter" Accreditation. This accreditation has the potential to significantly improve a company's diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts.

The Mental Health Charter provides a comprehensive framework for creating mentally healthy workplaces. By obtaining this accreditation, companies demonstrate their commitment to supporting employees with mental health conditions and promoting a positive work environment. This can help attract and retain diverse talent, including individuals with disabilities and neurodiverse traits.

The keywords associated with this accreditation, such as "Disability Friendly Workplace," "Interview Accommodations," and "Neurodiverse Friendly Environment," highlight its focus on inclusivity. These key aspects are crucial for creating a diverse and welcoming workplace culture.

Furthermore, it's worth noting that companies with the "Equality Commission Mental Health Charter" Accreditation are more likely to be matched with candidates in the Diverse Talent app. Our algorithm prioritizes companies that actively promote DEI and have a track record of supporting employees' mental health.

In summary, by pursuing the "Equality Commission Mental Health Charter" Accreditation, companies can enhance their DEI efforts, create an inclusive work environment, and increase their visibility to diverse candidates. This accreditation is a valuable step towards building a mentally healthy and diverse workforce.
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