Our commitment to mental wellbeing is tangible. We work hard to ensure a culture in which our people feel able to be themselves, and feel supported when they need it. To underline this commitment we run mental health awareness sessions across our offices, we have a number of mental health first aid champions trained to signpost the most appropriate professional help, and our benefits package includes valuable sources of guidance and support. We have also signed the Time to Change pledge, a national movement aimed at empowering us all to speak openly about mental health experiences, in order to challenge the stigma and attitudes that can still exist around mental health issues. By getting the conversation started, and ensuring we keep it going, we can make sure mental wellbeing remains firmly on the agenda.