Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2018

Prioritizing mental health Around the world, we have gained greater awareness of the challenges associated with mental health and learned more about the ways we can support our colleagues who are affected by stress, anxiety, depression or other factors affecting their mental wellbeing. We have organized several programs and activities to address mental health. In the UK, for example, under the auspices of our Inspire program, we held a second annual Mental Awareness Week in 2018,

providing lectures and activities for employees to hear the personal journeys of colleagues who have overcome mental wellness challenges.

Cushman & Wakefield is a

signatory to the Time to Change employer pledge to end the mental health stigma.

“It is vitally important that we support our colleagues when they need it. We must learn to recognize when we can help. This starts by creating an inclusive environment where everyone can speak up about the challenges they face.” Prina Shah Partner, Valuation & Advisory UK&Head of Wellbeing (Inspire)

C&W Services Singapore participates annually in World Mental Health Day. In 2018, the Singapore office developed and issued to all colleagues a Safety Alert on Mental Wellness at the Workplace, raising awareness and offering supportive tips to strengthen mental resilience.


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