Irish Distillers Partners with Spectrum.Life to Introduce Game-Changing Employee Mental Health Support
Irish Distillers, one of Ireland’s leading suppliers of spirits and wines, has today announced a new partnership with mental health and wellbeing experts Spectrum.Life to deliver enhanced mental health support to over 650 employees.
Following the completion of a successful pilot, Irish Distillers will now make Spectrum.Life’s Total Mental Health offering available to all employees across its business as a key component of the company’s Thrive wellbeing programme. As a result of this partnership, Irish Distillers’ employees will have access to a range of game-changing benefits, including:
- Unlimited access to personal Mental Health Coaches.
- Unlimited 24/7 access to a qualified mental health team.
- Open-ended therapy, as required.
- Unlimited access to mental fitness tools, exercises and programs.
- Referral to specialist care, where required.
Total Mental Health, the first service of its kind in Europe, represents an end-to-end mental health offering which provides support to all users across the full spectrum of mental health.
Speaking at the launch of the new offering, Tamsin Trevarthen, Head of Culture and Capability at Irish Distillers said, “Empowering our team members to maintain and continuously improve their mental health and wellbeing is a major priority at Irish Distillers. Over the last few months, we invited our employees to provide feedback on what wellbeing means to them and how they’d like to be supported. This offering from our partner, Spectrum.Life, is a great fit with what we believe our employees are looking for to proactively support and manage their wellbeing needs.”
Stephen Costello, CEO of Spectrum.Life added, “Having worked with Irish Distillers for a number of years, we’re excited to be extending our partnership to include a game-changing mental health and wellbeing solution for their entire team. Employee needs have changed in recent months with many placing a much greater emphasis on their overall wellbeing and employers must respond to this by introducing new supports which go beyond what was previously deemed as acceptable. We’re excited to once again see Irish Distillers leading the way as it pertains to employee wellbeing.”