Tyler Grange named SME employer of the year for mental health support

Tyler Grange mental health

Environmental consultancy Tyler Grange has been recognised as SME employer of the year at the InsideOut Awards due to its mental health and wellbeing programme.

The annual awards, which are run by the InsideOut LeaderBoard charity, recognise employers which promote mental health, wellness and overall wellbeing.

The accolade was awarded to Tyler Grange as the judges said it had implemented the best mental health and wellbeing programme, which focused on recovery and preventative solutions, over the last 12 months.

It was recognised for its four-day reduced hours work week, with no loss of benefits or pay, its access to in-house psychologists, mentors, BACP accredited counsellors, resilience consultants and mindfulness coaches, which are employer funded. The aim of this support is to build employees’ self-awareness, mental fitness and empathy to better understand and support themselves and each other.

Other category award winners include Accenture, Air Canada, Santander, Sky Media, Transport for London and Mars.

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Jon Berry, managing director of Tyler Grange, said: “It was brilliant to be among so many other innovative businesses and individuals who are committed to celebrating and championing mental health in our communities and workplaces. Human sustainability is both important and powerful, so it was encouraging to be among the company of those who are equally committed to creating cultures that enable people to enjoy a balanced life and achieve everything they want to achieve.

“At Tyler Grange, we’re always looking at ways that we can further enhance our culture, within which people can feel safe in seeking help when they’re struggling. But also, where we’re educating, inspiring and giving permission and space to prioritise wellbeing, which is essential. It’s important to recognise that any of us can end up in that place where we’re struggling, so we’re doing everything we can to help prevent it. We’ve always really considered the impact of work on wellbeing and how we can make it conducive to helping staff thrive. In doing so, we’ve also been able to attract and retain the best talent through a shared vision and purpose.”