Judith Grant Royal Mail Group Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing Resignation:
To: All Branches
This is to inform all CWU Health and Safety Representatives in Royal Mail Group that Judith Grant Royal Mail Group Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing has resigned from the business and will leave Royal Mail at the end of April after three years with the organisation.
Judith Grant was keen to work closely with the Trade Union whilst leading Royal Mail Group’s wellbeing programme and over the last three years has progressed a number of initiatives such as the revamped ‘Feeling First Class’ Health and Wellbeing Programme, the newly introduced Stress Risk Assessment Policy, supporting a stronger policy on Mental Health by raising awareness, seeking parity for mental and physical health and signing the Mental Health ‘Time To Change’ pledge with the CWU to end stigma as well as supporting the TUC ‘Dying To Work’ charter which pledges to support terminally ill workers in order to continue employment if they so wished.
Judith has asked me to thank all the CWU local and Area Health and Safety Representatives for their important contribution to the Health, Safety and Wellbeing of the workforce in Royal Mail Group, as part of the Safety, Health and Wellbeing Community and has acknowledged the important role our Reps play.
On behalf of the Union I thanked Judith for her service and wished her well in her new job with Mace Construction International.
Attached for interest is a recent article entitled “Judith Grant: Why investing in mental wellbeing is important to Royal Mail Group (HR Review 1 November 2016).
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer
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