Travel Counsellors has launched a series of mental health-focused initiatives to support its franchisees and staff.
The homeworking giant’s Wellbeing Week is running ahead of World Mental Health Day on Saturday (10 October) with each day dedicated to a different issue.
Subjects range from “mood-boosting” exercise activities and nutrition tips, to the power of keeping a positive mindset, focusing on financial wellness and a spotlight on peer-to-peer support.
Guest speakers include Travel Counsellor business owners and colleagues sharing their personal journeys and insights on how they take care of their own wellbeing.
To house its support tools, Travel Counsellors has built a new digital TC Wellbeing Hub.
To show its commitment to the subject, Travel Counsellors has signed up to the Mental Health at Work Commitment, joining forces with other UK businesses to improve mental health care standards.
The business already employees a personal counsellor for staff and franchisees and has also partnered with Able Futures which, on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions, gives employers advice and support on how to improve mental wellbeing in the workplace.