Proud to partner with Mind

At Robert Half, we understand the importance of employee happiness. Higher employee engagement leads to greater productivity, and workers who feel valued are motivated to make real, tangible contributions to their companies. At a time when almost one in three people have experienced mental health problems while in work, taking a proactive approach improving mental wellbeing at work can’t be overlooked. One of the ways we are supporting our local communities in our aim of building a happier workplace, one job at a time.

We are proud to partner with Mind, the leading mental health charity in the UK as our official charity for 2019. Our offices around the UK will be supporting Mind through local and national fundraising initiatives, volunteering our expertise to support people to have the confidence to get back into work and by raising awareness amongst our staff, clients and candidates.

"Work can often be a stressful factor in someone’s life, whether it be meeting deadlines or searching for a new role, so we are proud to be partnering with Mind in our mission to build a culture where everyone can be happy at work," said Matt Weston, managing director at Robert Half UK.

"Our teams are working to reach our fundraising goals at every chance we can, including fundraising for charity runs, bake sales and more. We are motivated by the fact that our efforts will be able to support the individuals in our communities and our fellow colleagues alike."

 


 

About Mind

Over more than 60 years Mind has worked to improve the lives of all people with experience of mental health problems. Mind provides advice and support to employer anyone experiences a mental health problem. Through public campaigns, government lobbying and delivering services in the communities across England and Wales, Mind have touched millions of lives.

Mind Infoline:

Call 0300 123 3393, text 86463 or visit Mind

Our Previous Partners

Our UK corporate charity partnership has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for leading causes. Below is a list of our previous partners:

  • Macmillan Cancer Supportprovides specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer.
  • Motor Neurone Disease Associationfunds and promotes global research into MND and provides support to people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
  • Teenage Cancer Trust -  provide support for young people diagnosed with cancer
  • CLIC Sargent -  specialises in supporting children and young people with cancer, and their families
  • British Heart Foundation -  funds research, education and life-saving equipment and helps heart patients