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On the 26th October 2017 a new report written by Mind's Chief Executive, Paul Farmer and former HBOS Chair, Dennis Stevenson revealed what many of us having been saying; the UK is facing a much larger mental health challenge at work than initially thought.
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The new Employability in Scotland initiative, which is a product of the recently devolved employment services in Scotland, aims to get more people with disabilities and health conditions back into work.
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MHScot is seeking a highly motivated individual with a keen interest in the area of mental health and wellbeing in the workplace to act as Chairperson of its Board of Directors.
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In all honesty, it was really only a matter of time and in many respects a bit of a reality check to what is currently a really challenging and volatile socio-economic and political landscape.
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With the UK teetering on the brink of an economic recession and the fallout from Brexit still to be felt, we ought to be thinking about how we can adapt our economic and social strategies to the new realities and by doing so, harness our full human potential in the workplace.
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It's been a busy and speedy first half of the year for MHScot.  We've found ourselves working with a very diverse range of organisations, each with very unique needs.
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The Health & Safety Executive on the back of our Shades of Blue campaign approached us about creating a case study to capture our work. We happily obliged and this is what we had to say......
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Once again MHScot has been fortunate enough to be chosen to support University of Edinburgh Business School on their Company Sponsored Dissertation programme. This year we’re looking at ‘Mental Health Issues in Returning to the Workplace’.
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Holyrood Communications in partnership with MHScot are running an event on the 1st June examining the strategies, tools and approaches available to different organisations.
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Shades of Blue Campaign

16th January 2017
MHScot launches “SHADES OF BLUE” emoji stickers to raise awareness of mental health in the workplace supported by the Scottish Parliament.
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