Making mental health and wellbeing a priority

Organisations operating in WeWork have introduced some innovative methods to tackle mental health issues in the workplace.

Since its inception in 2010, organisations operating in WeWork collaborative work environments have began to tackle traditional approaches to mental health and start prioritising wellbeing activities. For World Mental Health Day on 10 October, WeWork and its members lifted the lid on big moves being made to change the way businesses handle mental health challenges in the...

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