The Acas Podcast


The business of mental wellbeing - with Fujitsu

Does investing in mental wellbeing really bring business benefits? We’re joined by Sarah-Jane Littleford, Head of Responsible Business at Fujitsu Global Delivery in the second of three episodes featuring stories from employers working to improve mental health at work. Sarah-Jane shares: 

  • How it makes business sense for Fujitsu to invest in the mental wellbeing of their people. 
  • How Fujitsu’s approach to wellbeing has shifted during the pandemic
  • Her insights on what’s made the biggest difference

Episode resources: 

For more information on supporting mental health during coronavirus, visit: 

For in depth analysis, in our latest policy paper, Adrian Wakeling explores the impact that COVID-19 is having on how workplaces support mental health. 

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