2020: Recognising the importance of our mental health
The health and well-being of our friends, colleagues and family is so important as we navigate this global pandemic. There’s a lot of change in people’s lives, with unfamiliar challenges, uncertainty and the added pressures of remote working, Zoom calling, poor wifi connections and the prospect of further lockdown to name a few.
That’s why Happy Creative is prioritising the mental health of its team and rewarding them with a paid day off. Saturday 10th October 2020 is World Mental Health Day which aims to raise awareness of mental health and Happy will be extending the weekend giving The Happies an extra day to relax and enjoy some quality time with their families.
Having some time to re-group and recharge batteries will help make the team feel better equipped to deliver the best service to customers. Working in the creative industry, we know all too well how the pressures can mount up so the team are just taking some time-out to help re-set and recharge.
Chief Happy Karen Lambert said “This day is in recognition of the positive attitude, the hard work and support the team have given our customers and each other, during this time. It’s our way of saying thank you for how they have adapted to the many changes that are happening around them. We’re urging all the Happies to make the most of their extended weekend, enjoy some quality time doing things they love and come back on Monday well, even happier.”
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