Time to Talk in Caxton House community centre

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Time to Talk in Caxton House community centre involved people from all the  organisations coming together to talk about Mental Health  – personally and in the workplace.  Great connections and ideas for action.  

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Live and Work Well Sessions – tips and tools for a healthy mind at work

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For young people aged 16 – 25 Starts 5th February, every Tuesday 11am-1pm at Jobs in Mind, Caxton House Community Centre Archway A short weekly course providing a toolbox of skills, advice and apps for staying emotionally well and preparing for the work place. Who is it for? Young job seekers (NEET), students aged 16-25…

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New Vacancy – Project Manager London Job Retention Resource

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We are looking for a Project Manager to lead and promote the implementation and development of the London Job Retention Resource, a reference point for mental health professionals and commissioners on best practice in job retention. Project Manager London Job Retention Resource Employment Application Form Job Retention Resource Project Manager JD Please return the form…

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Job Retention Case Management Training Course

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An essential two day training course in the delivery of effective Job Retention services Dates: Wednesday 6th & Thursday 7th March 2019 Time: 09:30 – 16:30 At: Caxton House, 129 St John’s Way, London N19 3RQ (a five to ten minute walk from Archway underground station) The training will cover The Why, How and What…

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Guest blog – a Personal Story in Art

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Part of a blog posts series by guest writers for the Jobs In Mind #VoiceYourStory awareness campaign. Author: ‘SN’ from South London. Reading time: 2 minutes.   had been recommended to SN as part of her recovery process.  Some of her pieces are included here, showing her visualisation of the extremely difficult emotional and psychological…

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Turning Grey February to Bright Blue Everyday: Tips & Tricks Part 2

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Coping with stress, anxiety, and mental ill-health in the workplace & daily life. Part of a blog posts series by guest writers for the Jobs In Mind #VoiceYourStory awareness campaign.  Author: ‘C’.  Reading time: 8 minutes.   The suffering is real – its debilitating, overwhelming and insidious, affecting every area of our lives. That being said,…

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Turning Blue Monday & Grey January, to Bright Blue Everyday: Tips & Tricks Part 1

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Coping with stress, anxiety, and poor mental health in the workplace & daily life. Part of a blog posts series by guest writers for the Jobs In Mind #VoiceYourStory awareness campaign.  Author: ‘C’.  Reading time: 7 minutes.   Mental ill-health has deeply affected my life, my family, and countless friends and colleagues. Britain still falls short…

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Trustee Chair post: How to best ‘label’ Mental Ill-Health?

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Reading time: 4 minutes  –  Part of a series of blog posts by guest writers for the Jobs In Mind #VoiceYourStory awareness campaign. Writers include those with mental ill-health experience; their supporters; or perspectives in the workplace.  “Mental health problems”, “mental health issues”, sometimes even “mental health illness” (I heard a doctor say this on…

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Today’s media noise on mental health

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Reading time: 2 minutes. We are delighted at the media attention on mental health in the workplace today.  Jobs In Mind welcomes the Thriving At Work report into this vital issue, and we look forward to the government’s response. A third of our waking lives are spent at work.  Through almost 30 years of helping…

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Our Work, Your Story, the Future, and New Campaigns Launching this Month

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Reading time: 5 minutes. It’s Time To Change. This is London right now: two million people suffering from mental ill-health of some form; the subsequent annual cost of lost work days in the capital is over £1.0bn, and not to mention the startling hidden cost of ineffective presenteeism is £21bn to the UK economy. Despite…

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