Unmind

Everyone has the right to a healthy mind
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London
🧘 Health & Wellbeing
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For-profit
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51 to 250

🔭 Our mission & vision

We’re on a mission to improve the mental wellbeing of ten million people in organisations around the world.

🌍 Our impact & how we measure it

We help some of the world’s leading organisations to build mentally healthier workplaces.
92% of employees report higher confidence, awareness and understanding of mental health after using Unmind

🙋 About us

Unmind is a leading workplace mental health platform that empowers more than 2.5 million employees around the world to live more fulfilling and balanced lives. Underpinned by clinical psychology and powered by technology, the platform helps employees proactively measure, understand, and nurture their own mental health across seven core areas of wellbeing - fulfilment, coping, calmness, happiness, connection, health, and sleep.

With Unmind, leaders are empowered to drive positive cultural change across their organisation by accessing aggregated and anonymised insights into the wellbeing of their people. Uber, Virgin Media, Sainsbury’s, Gymshark, and the NHS are some of the many organisations that have partnered with Unmind to create a world where mental health is universally understood, nurtured, and celebrated.

🗓 Founded in
2016
💸 Total funding to date:
£67M
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👏 Our company benefits

26+ days holiday (excl BH)
Dog friendly office
Enhanced parental leave
Enhanced pension contribution
Flexible working hours
Flexible working location
Mental health support
Private health insurance
Share option scheme
Wellness / mental health days off
Childcare vouchers / support
As well as:

💁 Being good while doing good

>50% gender diverse team

👀 What it's like at

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