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Friday Snippet: International Men's Health Week

Men’s Mental Health Week Blogpost: 

Friday Snippet: My Inner Cheerleader

Four years ago, my Fnality (formally known as the ‘USC Project’) journey began. I walked into a little office by St Pauls Cathedral that looked like something between the Apple store (read slick and technologically advanced) and a beach hut (read rustic, laid back and the kind of place you wanted to hang out) and contained a handful of geniuses! I took a seat at my new desk and tried to take it all in; new job, new role, new colleagues, new industry, new city. It quickly dawned on me, I’m no longer living in Devon, working in uniform at a major trauma hospital. I’m now working for a super cool technology research and development company in the heart of London, focused on making...

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At Fnality, we fully recognise that employees are our most important assets and good mental health is an important asset in its own right. We were fortunate to have an Agile work practice which allowed the company to respond effectively to the shock of the lockdown restrictions that were introduced at the beginning of the pandemic. Fnality did not view the transition to remote working as a challenge, but instead an opportunity to evolve the company into a more cohesive and outcomes-focused workplace. From the outset, there was a strong emphasis placed on the mental health and wellbeing of our employee’s during the transition period. 

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