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No-one should feel ashamed of a mental health problem at work.

That’s why we are calling upon all businesses across Buckinghamshire to commit to changing the way we think and act about mental health in the work place. Our aim is that employees facing mental health problems feel supported.

Demonstrate your commitment by signing our Employer’s Pledge and join other Bucks businesses who are leading the way toward ending mental health stigma.

By signing up, you’ll have access to free resources to help transform negative attitudes about mental health in your workplace.

For more information, please complete the below contact form and we will get in touch with you.

A smiling woman holds up a signed Employer's Pledge poster in front of a display stand advertising Citizens Advice Bucks.

We are delighted to announce that Buckinghamshire Council has become the first organisation in the county to sign-up to the Employers’ Pledge, demonstrating its commitment to taking positive action to end mental health stigma. Cabinet Member for Health & Wellbeing, Cllr Angela Macpherson, signed the Pledge on World Mental Health Day 2022.

Thank you very much to Silverson for signing-up to the Employer’s Pledge. The company, based in Chesham, is a fantastic supporter of mental health wellbeing both for its own employees and the wider community.

We are delighted that Citizens Advice Bucks has signed-up to the Employer’s Pledge. Citizens Advice Bucks offers free, confidential advice to anyone living in Buckinghamshire on a wide range of topics, including Benefits, housing, homelessness, employment, family problems, hate crimes, immigration, Blue Badges, pensions, money and debt.

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