Stockport based tech firm, Culture Shift, has announced a new partnership with NHS employers in the East Midlands, giving 23,500 workers access to its anonymous reporting platform.
Culture Shift provides an online platform for workers to anonymously report instances of discrimination, bullying and harassment in the workplace; the Stockport firm hopes its ‘tech for good’ product can improve working conditions by
creating an environment where staff feel empowered to speak up about any instances of bullying, harassment or discrimination.
From September, over 23,500 NHS employees working across NHS Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Academy organisations, including hospitals and community services.
Gemma McCall, CEO of Culture Shift, said:
“We’re proud to be offering NHS staff access to anonymous reporting and helping to drive positive change. The NHS has been under immense pressure this past year and access to the platform will give much needed additional support to NHS staff. The launch of our platform will help break down barriers to reporting and ensure LLR is taking a proactive and preventative approach to any problematic behaviour.”
Jen Mulloy, Equality and Inclusion Business Partner at NHS Midlands and Lancashire CSU added:
This online platform will give our workforce a confidential, anonymous and convenient way to report their experiences in order for us to prevent and tackle discrimination, bullying, harassment and victimisation. The analytics part of the system will be fundamental in helping us identify trends and target interventions as well as providing robust information to support our current reporting systems. The platform also enables a fully integrated case management process.”