Campaign India Team
Feb 01, 2021

Campaign India introduces the Mental Health Survey

The survey looks to evaluate the mental well-being of advertising, media, marketing and PR professionals

Campaign India introduces the Mental Health Survey
Campaign India has launched its ‘Mental Health Survey’, aimed for better understanding of the industry’s mental health. The survey is aimed at professionals in advertising, media, PR agencies, and professionals from marketing and media houses.
This short survey will help us better gauge how employees feel about their organisations’ efforts to care for their mental health.
The Mental Health Survey is 100% anonymous; Campaign India will not ask for your name or the name of your organisation.
Readers have the complete freedom to be as candid and subjective as they like. In fact, it is encouraged. 
We are keen to hear from anyone who wishes to share their experiences, and we are able to grant anonymity. You can mail to share any detailed experiences.

Here's the link to the survey.


Campaign India

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