Hospitality Health – the charity set up by Gordon McIntyre three years ago to address the way the industry thinks about mental health, has awarded its Wellness Charter to Chardon Hotels in Glasgow.
It encourages employers to put in place the tools and skills to understand stress in order to create positive change.
Speaking at the presentation, Nicola Taylor, Chief Executive of Chardon Hotels commented, “We are extremely delighted to be awarded the charter from Hospitality Health.
“We have been working hard especially through lockdown to keep the wellbeing of our team at the forefront, this confirms the great work our organisation has been doing.”
“Gordon and the team at Hospitality Health are so passionate about helping those that work in the industry by providing invaluable information to anyone that may be facing work or personal worries.
“We have communicated the Hospitality Health website to all our team, and will continue to remind them that there is a wider support network of like-minded professionals who they can connect with should they wish.
“This is a fantastic charity that is current and definitely needed in an industry that whilst is very rewarding can be very tough!”
Gordon added “What we are trying to achieve with Hospitality Health is to equip our industry with the right tools and resilience training to not only address mental health but to put staff welfare first.”
Any hospitality business wishing to be considered to receive the Wellness Charter, should contact Gordon at Gordon@hospitalityhealth.org.uk