The focus on wellbeing in the workplace, and specifically mental health, is not just the right thing to do from a moral perspective; it makes real business sense. In 2017 the Stevenson Farmer report Thriving at Work determined the cost of poor mental health to employers is between £33 billion and £42 billion each year. This…Details
M55 are pleased to announce the launch of M55 People. M55 People believe people are the heart of any organisation, therefore success is created through people. M55 People create bespoke solutions to support that success and with our highly skilled group of consultants will deliver to your needs and most importantly present results. Please take…Details
M55 People is delighted to announce their Managing Mental Health at Work workshop. This is a one day workshop designed for managers.
Mental health issues are the leading cause of recorded absence in the workplace (CIPD 2016), however managers’ report they lack confidence in dealing and supporting employees suffering with mental health issues.Details
The largest expansion of the University of Glasgow since it’s move to Gilmorehill in more than a century
The University of Glasgow has embarked on one of the biggest educational infrastructure projects in Scotland’s history. With around £430m forecast to be spent between 2017 and 2021 as part of a wider £1bn ten-year investment. M55 is delighted to support both the redevelopment of significant Grade A listed buildings in the existing campus and…Details
M55 was delighted to enable Illuminate Productions to deliver its Grand Finale piece Miner on the Moon –also known as the upside down house – by Alex Chinneck for the Merge Festival in Bankside London. Early progress on the piece had stalled and, drawing on contacts in both Arup and MACE, M55 was able to bring the necessary resource to the project in time to deliver the festival Grand Finale. The full team worked pro-bono in support of the arts and M55 is commited to supporting community projects.
The piece received world-wide media coverage to great acclaim and was very popular with the both the local community and business leading to an extended display periodDetails