Tamer Group and Savola Group Join Forces with “Qaderoon” to Raise Awareness on World Mental Health Day

Middle East, News, November 5 2018

Qaderoon info-graphic Mental health at WorkSAUDI ARABIA: Qaderoon network in cooperation with its members Tamer Group and Savola Group, launched a campaign on social media to raise awareness about the value of good mental health at work in coinciding with World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2018.

The campaign, which was developed with Tawafuq team from the Human Resources Development Fund “HRDF” aimed to renew the commitment of Qaderoon network members to include persons with disabilities and to share several examples of accommodation that an employer can provide to ensure positive environment to sustain good mental health at work.
The campaign witnessed a positive interaction through the hashtag #WMHDay, (HRDF) handbook for accommodating persons with depression can be downloaded https://bit.ly/2z9aoNr

Source: Qaderoon

Re-posted with permission

 

Tamer Group, Zamil Industrial Group, Savola Group, and Nesma Holding Contribute to Raising Awareness About Visual Disability at Work on World Vision Day

SAUDI ARABIA: Qaderoon network in cooperation with its members Tamer Group, Zamil Industrial Group, Savola Group, and Nesma Holding Company launched a campaign on social media to raise awareness about visual disability and visual impairment at work in coinciding with World Vision Day on 12 October 2018 and World White Cane Day on 15 October 2018.

The campaign, which was developed with Tawafuq team from the Human Resources Development Fund “HRDF” aimed to renew the commitment of Qaderoon network members to include persons with disabilities, participate and raise awareness about the best steps to include employees with visual disabilities at work.

The campaign witnessed a positive interaction on social media, (HRDF) handbook for accommodating persons with visual impairments can be downloaded https://bit.ly/2D9sqUa

Source: Qaderoon

Re-posted with permission

Qaderoon info-graphic Visual Impairment at Work

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