The ‘This is Me’ and ‘Green Ribbon’ campaigns aim to #endthestigma in the workplace by encouraging employees to talk about mental health.
With Mental Health Awareness Week (14-20 May) just around the corner, this month for our HotC Highlight we share some practical advice from leading charity, Mindapples.
ILBF collects good quality legal texts from the UK and shares these across the globe where printed resources are scarce and out of date. They are now looking for a strategic partner to support their work.
With employee owned businesses on the rise in the UK, we spoke to Wen at employee-owned Cullinan Studio to understand more about what this means for businesses and the impact it has on employees.
Noa shares her experience training as a Mental Health First Aid instructor and the benefits of doing so for employers and employees alike, as well as workplace tips and resources for organisations hoping to take the next step in addressing mental health.
Have you ever wondered how your volunteering hours compare to those of your competitors, clients or suppliers? Or wanted to compare your pound-per-head giving? Benchmarking tool GivX 2018 is open for submissions from 2 April to 29 June.
Laura Hinton (Head of People at PwC and Heart of the City Council Member) writes about how businesses can support social mobility and provides 5 top tips towards solving the issue of social mobility.
Heart of the City recently organised a members-only CSR speed mentoring event. This article summarises what Speed Mentoring is and helpful advice from mentors and mentees for getting the most value out of the relationship.
Whilst we’re seeing some fantastic examples of social mobility initiatives, many businesses struggle to grasp how to embrace the social mobility agenda and support it in their firms. Here are some top tips for your business.
Heart of the City is pleased to announce that we have been awarded £475,000 over five years from the City Bridge Trust as one of their strategic partners, which will enable us to continue delivering and expanding our membership programme in London.