The Bank Workers Charity exists to support the health and wellbeing of current and former bank employees and their families.
They're completely independent of the banks, offering free & confidential information, advice and support.
The Bank Workers Charity can help in the following areas:
Accord supports and promotes the work of the Bank Workers Charity. We regularly post blogs and information, and we host webinars jointly with them to provide our members with up to date information & guidance.
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore the issues related to our reliance & connectivity to digital technology, while recognising the benefits technology brings. We'll identify steps we can take to achieve a healthy balance in the use of our devices.Play this video
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity to look at how we can create a work culture where it's safe to come forward and talk about domestic abuse and access support.Play this video
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a line manager wellbeing webinar to explore how people are affected by the menopause at work, and the support that's available.Play this video
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity to explore how winter impacts the four pillars of wellbeing, and how we can use this awareness to adapt our habits to live seasonally.Play this video
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a webinar to talk about some of the key issues relating to men’s health, and explore the pivotal life stages that can create greater challenges for health.Play this video
Watch the recording of the Fertility & baby loss webinar, talking about the issues surrounding fertility & baby loss, including details about the support that's available to you.Play this video
Watch the recording of the Dementia, carers & wellbeing webinar, talking about dementia, the unique challenges of caring for someone, and the different support that's available to carers.Play this video
Watch the recording of the Financial Wellbeing webinar, talking about financial wellbeing, how money worries affect mental health, and the sources of information & support available.Play this video
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern and is most common during autumn and winter. Read on to understand SAD, find out about managing it, and getting help when you need it.
With so much going on around us right now, lots of us may be experiencing changes related to our mental wellbeing, such as increased feelings of stress, worry, anxiousness, loneliness, and isolation. Find details of the support available in this blog post.
Lots of us live with depression day in, day out. It affects 1 in 5 of us at some point in our lives, so we’re not alone. But the good news is, there are plenty of things we can actively do to help manage our depression which can make a positive difference to how we feel.
Below you'll find more details about how you can access Bank Workers Charity support