UK and leading Scottish law firm, Brodies LLP, has reinforced its commitment to mental health and wellbeing as it signs up to the Mindful Business Charter.

The Charter provides organisations and individuals with the framework, permission and challenge to dare to be different and to work together across the business community to rehumanise the workplace. Its focus on creating an open and respectful culture and dialogue seeks to ensure that whatever the broader context in which we are being required to work, how we work and how we interact with each other should be thoughtful, mindful, and shaped as far as possible to eliminate unnecessary stress.

Brodies is one of 15 new organisations to sign up to the Charter, joining the existing 65 signatories making a collective commitment to change working practices to remove the unnecessary stress that can affect employees' mental health and wellbeing, while also improving effective working and productivity.

Brodies people engagement director, Kirstie Maclennan, said: "By focusing on the development of our health and wellbeing strategy, we have been able to consider the individual wellbeing needs of our colleagues, ensuring that the core value of care that we aspire to convey is delivered within all aspects of the firm. Signing up to the Mindful Business Charter underpins our ongoing commitment to the mental health and wellbeing of our colleagues."


Rhea Bain

Head of Communications

Kirstie Maclennan

People Engagement Director