Oak Engage Partner with IF U Care Share for Mental Health Workplace Report
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Intranet software experts, Oak Engage are teaming up with renowned mental health charity, If U Care Share to produce their upcoming Mental Health in the Workplace Report.
Oak Engage and If U Care Share will be launching employee surveys in the coming weeks. Everyone is welcome to provide anonymous feedback and for every response made a donation will also be made to If U Care Share.
The Mental Health in the Workplace report comes following the publication of Oak’s 2022 Future of Working Report, and will focus on key areas of employee mental wellbeing, with research through extensive surveys and contributions from industry experts.
The report will include an exploration of these topics:
- Mental health support
- Employee experience/happiness
- Moral injury
If U Care Share, who have operated in the North East of England since 2011, provide a range of suicide prevention and intervention services both regionally and across the UK, as well as support for those who have been affected by suicide.
Matthew Smith, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at If U Care Share, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Oak Engage on the Mental Health in the Workplace Report.
“So many aspects of our jobs can impact our mental health directly, so it is really important to understand the key drivers of this and to have honest, open conversations between employees and employers.”
Will Murray, Chief Executive Officer at Oak Engage said: “The working world has changed, which is why we have seen an increase in the use of technology to help reconnect employees with each other and their organisations.
"Being knowledgeable about these changes and their impact on employee wellbeing is essential. This is what this report is all about.”
If you or anyone you know is struggling with their mental health, have been affected by suicide or are interested in using If U Care training services, visit their website.
Oak Engage is the adaptive intranet that connects people through better communication and engagement and is trusted by some of the biggest brands in the world, including Aldi, boohoo, Five Guys and ITV. To find out more, visit their website.
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About Oak Engage
Oak Engage is the adaptive intranet that connects your people. They improve wellbeing and productivity through better communication and engagement.
Working with some of the world’s biggest brands including Aldi, Five Guys and ITV to name a few, Oak helps their customers connect teams, engage their people and work better together through its mobile app and SaaS (Software as a Service) platform on the cloud. As a result, Oak have become intranet software experts and thought leaders within the internal comms industry. This success has been achieved by listening to their customers, taking their feedback, ideas and suggestions and developing applications that provide genuine value within the Digital Workspace.
Oak removes the complexity of communicating strategic, tactical and crisis messaging to hybrid teams across your business. You focus on the message, the audience and the priority, and Oak does everything else. Their in-product analytics also provide insights on how businesses reach their intended audiences.
Oak’s executive team and board is highly experienced and comprises of serial entrepreneurs from both the SaaS world and intranet sectors.
About If U Care Share
If U Care Share provide a range of services fundamental to their three main aims of prevention, intervention and supporting those bereaved by suicide.
The charity was started by the family of Daniel O’Hare, who tragically took his own life in 2005. His brother Matthew and mother Shirley are still involved with the charity. Their mission remains the same, which is to support, educate and change perceptions around suicide and mental health.
They have operated as a registered charity in the North East since 2011, and whilst suicide prevention and bereavement services operate on a regional basis, they have provided workshops and training to schools, workplaces and sports clubs nationally (including Premier League, EFL and WSL football clubs).