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Keeping workplace support in mind

Keeping workplace support in mind

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06 Dec, 2019

Fighting Minds is a collaboration between ex-Services personnel and a specialist training company. It helps veterans and blue light employees overcome their disabilities and mental health conditions in the workplace.

Fighting Minds also helps employers create a sustainable and positive culture to support and retain ex-Services personnel, and increase productivity and job satisfaction through bespoke workshops. Grant funding may be available for this support

Fighting Minds provides workshops for employers, to enable them to understand and apply clear systems to get the best out of veterans in the workplace. These are half-day workshops and can be tailored to the needs of the employer. We also offer workplace coping strategies and technical training, to support veterans and blue light employees who have long-term health conditions or a disability that affects their overall performance at work.

Find out more

01772 369053

www.fightingminds.uk 

support@fightingminds.uk

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