At Tribeca we pride ourselves on fostering a supportive and inclusive workplace environment for our employees. In honour of Mental Health Week 2023, we’d like to highlight some of the initiatives we have in place to promote well-being and mental health within our organisation.
Counselling Service: We understand that life can sometimes be challenging both in and outside of working hours, and we want to ensure our team members have access to the support they need. That’s why we provide a dedicated, anonymous counselling service for those who want or need it.
The Social Committee: Our Social Committee is here to ensure that fun and inclusion are never in short supply! They work closely with our employees to organise exciting social gatherings that range from team wide evenings out to departmental bowling and even participating in charity events like Tough Mudder. Because laughter and camaraderie are key to maintaining a healthy mind.
Running Club: We believe that physical activity plays a vital role in promoting mental well-being. That’s why the team have recently launched a running club exclusively for our head office in Kent. It’s not just about exercise, but also about providing time away from desks, fresh air, camaraderie and an opportunity to recharge.
Football: Adding an element of competitiveness to exercise really helps the team spirit and often distracts from the sometimes boredom (or pain) of exercise. For that reason the team organise weekly light hearted football games, we just provide the pitch and equipment.
Core Values: One of our core values is ‘Fun’ and we understand the importance this can have on mental health. When you spend more time with your work colleagues than you do with your own family it’s important that you enjoy what you do and the time you spend with each other. The introduction of our foosball table has been received well by all #WorkHardPlayHard.
This Mental Health Week, we want to emphasise the importance of creating a supportive workplace where mental health is valued and nurtured. Remember, it’s okay to ask for help, take breaks, and prioritise your well-being. Together, we can break down stigmas and build a community that thrives both professionally and personally.