It’s Time to Talk Day Here at OSE European
Time to Talk Day has returned for another year. For those who have never heard of it, the annual awareness day is dedicated purposely to encouraging people across the country to be open and honest about their mental well-being.
The event is run by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness, in partnership with the Co-op and with support from Time To Change Wales, See Me and Change Your Mind / Inspire.
It’s the biggest mental health conversation in the nation, where friends, families, communities and workplaces come together, talk and listen to each other’s struggles.
It first launched back in 2014 and has since become an event that has sparked millions of conversations regarding mental health.
According to recent research, a shocking 76% of employees within the logistics sector believed that their employer wasn’t doing enough to help employees deal with work-related stress, anxiety and mental health issues.
Here at OSE, we take the mental well-being of our team very seriously. We ensure they receive the utmost care, and that we are available to help with any problems that may be affecting their personal life.
This is a priority for us. We operate an open-door policy for our team, as we believe the more conversations we can have regarding mental health, the more comfortable they can feel whilst at work.
We appreciate that talking about mental health isn’t easy, but one conversation really does have the power to change a life.
This year, we will once again be taking part in Time to Talk Day. It’s important to give our team the opportunity to come forward and be open and honest about their emotions.
We believe everyone should make space in their day for a conversation regarding their mental health on Time to Talk Day.
If you are struggling to cope with life and need someone to talk to, the Samaritans are available 24/7. Go and visit their contact page or call 116 123.