CCLA Launches Extensive Workplace Mental Health Study 

A first-of-its-kind study into mental health among 100 of the UK’s largest companies has been published by charity fund management firm CCLA. The report examines the management and disclosure of mental health issues at firms with around five million employees globally. Nine in ten companies say they provide access to mental health services to employees, but only a third have formally published related objectives and targets. Paul Farmer CBE, CEO of mental health charity Mind, said: “We are pleased to be supporting CCLA’s new benchmark creating a structured, scalable way to help the UK’s largest companies build on the progress they’ve already made when it comes to identifying and tackling the work-related causes of poor mental health within their organisations.” David Atkin, CEO of the Principles for Responsible Investment, said: “Investors can play an important role in encouraging the companies they invest in to adopt workplace mental health strategies. 

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