This Mental Health Awareness Week, Sumo Digital is inviting
its people to share their stories and experiences around the Mental Health Foundation’s
theme of ‘Loneliness’ – something we have likely all experienced at some point
in our lives, especially over the last two years.
We’ll be sharing a week of activity reflecting,
actioning and looking ahead as part of our commitment to being a workplace
where no one feels alone. A collection of resources and assets to support everyone
with their mental health and wellbeing can always be found on our internal
learning platform, Dojo, and will be highlighted this week to mark Mental Health
Reflecting on Loneliness
We asked our people what loneliness meant to them and asked
them to share their experiences of feeling isolated. We’re so proud of everyone who
shared their stories and encouraged others to come forward and be more open
about mental health directly impacted by feeling alone. Look out for our people
on social media channels in the coming days as they discuss their journeys.
Making changes to beat Loneliness
Whether it be offering our people around-the-clock IT
support when their tech is stressing them, ensuring they’re able to work from the
place they feel most comfortable, offering our managers mental health training to
empower them to have confident conversations about mental health with
their team, or providing training for our people to become Mental Health First
Aiders – we’re passionate about ensuring our people have the support they need,
when they need it.
Since the introduction of hybrid and remote working, all our studios have created pockets of socialising for their
people – allowing those with similar interests to connect and make friends.
Helping those who need it
Sumo Digital is incredibly proud to be home to teams who are
so kind, compassionate and empathetic – many of whom get involved in charity work
both through their annual Learning Days and in their own time. We’ll be sharing some
of the mental health and wellbeing charities close to the hearts of our people.
Also as part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re celebrating one year of being part of the Safe in Our World Level Up Mental
Health Initiative and have reflected on all the changes we’ve made during that
Sumo Digital aims to be a place where no one feels alone and we’d
like to thank all of our people for continuing with us on this journey.
Looking to join our team? Check out all our current opportunities over on the Careers Page.