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Matheson signs up to ‘mindful business’ charter
Matheson partners David Jones, corporate M&A; Deirdre Crowley, employment, technology and innovation, data privacy; Dermot Powell, risk management; David Fitzgibbon, corporate M&A; Susanne McMenamin, corporate M&A; Kimberley Masuda, commercial real estate and Philip Tully, tax

15 May 2020 / wellbeing Print

Matheson signs up to new ‘mindful business’ charter

Law firm Matheson has become a signatory to the Mindful Business Charter, a set of principles aimed at supporting mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.

First launched in October 2018, the charter is a collaboration between a number of financial services businesses and law firms in Ireland and the UK.


Its objective is to reduce unnecessary sources of workplace stress and to promote healthy and effective ways of working.

Matheson Managing Partner Michael Jackson said the practices articulated by the charter could not be more relevant than they are now, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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