CII pledges to prioritise mental health and wellbeing of employees

One-in-six experience mental illness

Hannah Godfrey
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“In the last few years the CII has supported colleagues with wellbeing at work" - CII's Tali Schlomo
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“In the last few years the CII has supported colleagues with wellbeing at work" - CII's Tali Schlomo

The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has committed to prioritising the mental health and wellbeing of its employees

The professional body has signed the Inside Out Charter, which has committed it to prioritising the mental health and wellbeing of its employees and having a board-level sponsor for mental health. It also means it must discuss mental health and wellbeing at board meetings at least twice and year and producing a dedicated annual report on employee mental health and wellbeing. The charter also commits the body to introduce at least one mental health and wellbeing initiative each year and report...

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