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Health and Wellbeing

The health and wellbeing of our staff is a top priority for MLCSU and we regularly provide information, advice and events to support both your physical health and mental wellbeing.

Some of the ways we support you are:

  • Vivup – our health and wellbeing platform. Find here fitness and healthy lifestyle advice, tips on money saving, discounts and promotions and learn how to cope with stress and anxiety
  • Menopause awareness – we actively encourage our employees to talk openly about the menopause and its effects on women’s work lives and we provide guidelines for managers
  • Dyslexia Support Group – the group meets regularly to share experiences and our Dyslexia Ambassadors are here to support you
  • Wellbeing clubs – through encouragement and support, our staff have set up a wide variety of hobby clubs, from gardening, to walking, running, crochet and book reading
  • Health and wellbeing newsletter – including the key health awareness days and initiatives for the next two months
  • RED December, Couch to 5K, Tough Mudder – we actively encourage our staff to take part in health and fitness challenges: a bit of competitive spirit never hurts
  • Equality and inclusion – each month, we make you aware of key international religious holidays and human rights awareness days and initiatives
  • Flu vaccinations – information, free clinics and vouchers
  • Regular health and wellbeing advice in our staff newsletter and staff Twitter feed

 

 

Recognition

Our staff is our most treasured asset and we recognise that a motivated workforce is the only way we can achieve our full potential and reach our goals.

We celebrate positive feedback and customer praise every time we can, to ensure that our staff feel valued, we put a lot of effort and resource into our recognition schemes.

Fundraising and charity work

At MLCSU, we openly encourage our employees to undertake charity work and fundraising activities. With dedicated space in our internal communications, staff can share their initiatives and encourage fellow employees to donate or raise awareness. We also allow additional leave for those who wish to do volunteering.

Some of the charitable organisations who have benefitted from our staff’s dedication and generosity include:

Get in touch

Kingston House

438-450 High Street
West Bromwich
West Midlands
B70 9LD

0121 612 1500
  • Heron House
  • Springfields Health & Wellbeing Centre

Midlands and Lancashire CSU
120 Grove Road
Stoke on Trent
ST4 4LX

0300 404 2999

Midlands and Lancashire CSU
1st Floor
Lovett Court
Rugeley
WS15 2QD

0300 404 2999
Jubilee House

Midlands and Lancashire CSU
Lancashire Business Park
Leyland
Lancashire
PR26 6TR

01772 214200
Liverpool Innovation Park

Office 2
2nd Floor
Building 2
Liverpool Innovation Park
360 Edge Lane
L7 9NJ

0151 295 8612/8619
  • 1829 Building, Chester
  • Old Market House
  • Clark House

1829 Building
Countess of Chester Health Park
Liverpool Road

01244 650 300

Hamilton Street
Birkenhead
Merseyside
CH41 5AL

0151 514 2335 EXT 1487

Hulley Road
Macclesfiled
Cheshire
SK10 2LU

01606 544 791
Cardinal Square

3rd Floor North Point,
10 Nottingham Road,
Derby DE1 3QT
East Midlands

01332 888231
St Johns House

St Johns House
30 East Street
Leicester
Leicestershire
LE1 6NB
United Kingdom

0121 611 0100
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