#MakeMentalHealthWork

#makementalhealthwork

Next week the Greater Manchester Talent Match Youth Panel are launching #MakeMentalHealthWork week.

From 17th July to 21st July 2017, the Youth Panel are running a week-long social media mental health awareness campaign aimed at employers. Their aim is to get the issue of mental health discussed in the workplace.

How can you help?

Between the 17th July 2017 to 21st July join in by visiting the blog post and downloading their pledge briefcase

 

  • fill in your pledge to impact mental health in the workplace (For example, [name of business] pledges to raise staff awareness about mental health)
  • Upload the photo onto twitter/facebook – a really quick process (Example Tweet: [name of business] pledges to raise staff awareness about mental health. We support the campaign to #makementalhealthwork)
  • Tag @GMTalentMatch in the photo

 

Find out more on the blog post here: https://gmtalentmatch.org.uk/makementalhealthwork 

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