Introduction
CCLA invites you to share your views on what makes for the effective assessment of responsible corporate action on mental health. CCLA has partnered with Chronos Sustainability Ltd to conduct a scoping review as the initial phase of developing a global benchmark on corporate mental health. We are developing an assessment framework that will define the key expectations of companies on mental health, provide investors with an accessible way to understand and evaluate corporate practices, and deliver systemic change in the way in which mental health is both regarded and protected in the workplace. As a contribution to this, we are seeking perspectives from a wide variety of global stakeholders who are involved in or in some way affected by the shaping, delivery and impact of corporate mental health practices. The consultation will be open for your participation until 29 January 2021.
 
Purpose and background to the project
The primary aim of this project is to develop a global framework for assessing corporate mental health practices in a relevant, systematic and credible manner. This will enable companies, investors and other stakeholders to ensure that corporate efforts are directed towards activities that positively support the mental health of people at work. 
 
The consultation
To assist in the development of the CCLA Corporate Mental Health Benchmark, we are inviting your participation in a consultation. Your responses will help with the design and development of the pilot benchmark but will also help to shape the scope and coverage of a global corporate benchmark on mental health.

The questions are grouped into seven areas and the consultation should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. There are a limited number of mandatory questions marked with an asterisk but we encourage you to complete as much of the consultation as relevant to your experience. Although the consultation questions are also available in Word and PDF format for review, responses should be made via the website. The consultation will remain open until the close of Friday 29th January (Pacific Time) 2021.

We encourage you to be open and honest in your responses, as this will help to inform future developments in this project. The information you provide will be stored securely and only accessed in its original form by a small core team for analysis purposes. Personal identifying information (name and email address) will be removed before the resulting analysis is shared outside of the analysis team. Responses will be aggregated at a sector, industry and geographic level. None of your answers will be attributed to you as an individual respondent in public communications without first securing your permission for that usage. If you have any questions or concerns about the use of your data please contact mental-health@chronossustainability.com.  
 
Further information
  • Press release (dated 9th October 2020)
  • Questions you might have about this project
  • Full consultation for reference in Word and PDF format
  • View Privacy notice


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