Managing IP survey: Wellbeing at work
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Managing IP survey: Wellbeing at work

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Managing IP is seeking in-house counsel views on wellbeing and mental health, including whether the IP profession is doing enough to foster positive workplace attitudes

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You can take the survey here

Conversations around mental health and wellbeing are increasingly becoming part of the agenda for many businesses. 

To mark World Mental Health Day, which took place in October, we are looking to gain insight into how the in-house IP profession is coping, including whether counsel feel comfortable at work and whether the support networks are in place.

This is the third in our series of in-house surveys in 2019. You can read the special report on the findings of our previous survey, on diversity and inclusion in IP, here. Parts one, two and three are also available to read individually.

The survey should take no longer than 3 minutes to complete. The more responses we get, the more detailed the final report will be. 

The results will be anonymous. If you would like to discuss your thoughts in more detail, please contact Max Walters at max.walters@legalmediagroup.com or alternatively provide your details in the survey.

Don’t miss the chance to have your say.


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