Episode 4 Don’t forget to ask twice
In episode 4, we catch up with John Hetherington from our wellbeing team to chat about mental health and the stigma attached to it. He shares some top tips on how to keep ourselves (and others) in check by asking them how they are doing, not once – but twice. Emma reads her diary entry on how she has coped with bumping shoulders with human beings again and we discuss how the infamous ‘Date Night’ is definitely not dead. Get your notepads ready for some great date ideas.
John Hetherington, Cycling enthusiast and oxygen lover
John has worked in Human Resources for the last 27 years and for the last 14 years, he has worked as a Learning & Development Advisor for Schneider Electric. In addition to this role, John is super proud to be part of the Well-Being Squad at work. When he is not getting his daily quota of oxygen by riding his bike, you can catch him reading a book – fictional or well-being related.
Carmel Bawa, News Editor, Global Marketing
Carmel’s love affair with communications started 15 years ago with her first job. Since then, her passion has extended to internal and external communications, and with it some might say, an almost unhealthy obsession with project planning. She is in her fourth year at Schneider and when she’s not at her desk, Carmel loves to make jewelry, hang out with her husband and son and dream about their next holiday.
Emma Gallagher, Employer Branding and Graduate Recruitment Lead for UK & Ireland
Emma has been part of the Schneider family for four years and holds 10+ years of experience finding future talent their dream roles and loves watching them grow. She is proud to be an Employer Brand Champion and 100% ally to all. Emma is a huge animal lover especially when it comes to dogs. She has a passion for trying new things and is currently learning to ride a dirt bike! She loves travelling and experiencing different cultures.
Rob Insull, Segment Marketing Manager, Residential
Rob joined Schneider Electric almost ten years ago. After a seven-year Internal Communications career, he recently moved into a new role (still with Schneider) as Segment Marketing Manager for Residential. Rob is a ‘decent’ badminton player, a keen guitarist, and a big Wolves fan.
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