We are delighted to announce a new charity partnership with Calibro. Calibro works with business owners, project managers, architects, agents and contractors across the UK and Ireland to create workspaces that inspire productivity and wellbeing.
The two organisations will collaborate closely, providing Calibro’s clients with essential workplace mental health services, including wellbeing audits, specialist mental health training and access to Inspire’s bespoke online employee support platform.
Ronnie Crawford, Managing Director of Calibro Workspace, said:
“Employee wellbeing is at the heart of everything we do at Calibro. For many years, we have seen, firsthand, the positive impact that considered office design can have on employee wellbeing. However, we also wanted to take another step forward in supporting our clients, and their employees, and that’s where our partnership with Inspire will come into play. We are aiming to provide a workplace wellbeing support system as part of our aftercare service and working alongside Inspire provides this opportunity.
“We are extremely passionate about improving mental health in the workplace and look forward to working with Inspire to implement this initiative, across Ireland.”
Inspire’s Director of Therapeutic and Wellbeing Services, Alex Bunting, said:
“Inspire is extremely happy to enter into a partnership with Calibro, a company that truly aligns with our mission of ‘Wellbeing for All’. We are very excited by Calibro’s ethos and the thought they put into designing workplaces and spaces that focus on the wellbeing of those who spend time in and around them.
“As a leading provider of mental health and wellbeing services, we are very aligned with the key role working and living environments play in all our lives. Inspire look forward to seeing how we can support Calibro by auditing the needs of their customers, helping to highlight areas for development and ongoing support.”
In addition, the Inspire-Calibro link-up will host a series of events alongside experts in the field, each one focusing on mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
The first of these is taking place at 9am on 30th November, at the MCS Group’s office in The Ewart, Belfast. Following an address by Ronnie Crawford, Alex Bunting and Ruth Cunningham, Group Head of HR at the MCS Group, will participate in a panel discussion.
If you would like to attend this seminar, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of 17th November.
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