The CMA has been awarded a Silver rating by the mental health charity Mind in its 2020/21 Workplace Wellbeing Index! In this blog, Adam land discusses the work we've been doing to support the wellbeing and mental health of staff at the CMA and what it means to be awarded a Silver rating in Mind’s Index.
This week, we’re celebrating Mental Health Awareness week at the CMA and this year’s theme is all about connecting with nature. Adam Land shares ways that you can take care of your mental health this week by interacting with nature.
When investigating mergers or specific industries, we look to see if there are any competition problems that could lead to people paying higher prices or not having a good enough range of options to choose from. If we’re concerned people …
Today, 6th February, is Time to Talk Day 2020. This is a national event encouraging everyone to be more open about mental health. As you may be aware from previous blogs, I've made the highly personal choice to write about …
We're celebrating our fourth annual Wellbeing Week at the CMA. In this blog post, Adam shares an exercise he's found useful to promote positive wellbeing at work.
Today is Time to Talk Day 2019, an opportunity for everyone to have a conversation about mental health. I'm going to share some of the challenges my family and I have had to deal with over recent years.
The CMA and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), have been working together to review remedies – interventions – that apply to markets and the businesses that operate in them.
I have two main functions here at the CMA. I head up our Remedies, Business and Financial Analysis professional group and I am our senior champion for Wellbeing and Mental Health. I find both roles challenging and rewarding and each …
Today is ‘Time to Talk Day 2018’. This is an annual fixture that brings people together across the country to get talking and break the silence about mental health problems. Here at the CMA, we’ve been making quite a fuss …
From today, measures introduced by the CMA will make it easier for personal current account customers and small business owners to know what banking charges they might face.
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