About Nottingham Workplace Chaplaincy

We are a team of eight chaplains that recognise that work is only one part of any individual’s life. Workplace performance will always be influenced by what else is going on in each person’s life. We visit organisations around Nottingham to offer their employees a trained and trustworthy confidant with the time and willingness to listen

What do chaplains in the workplace do?

Chaplains visit people in their place of work to offer friendship and to listen.   Their support is unconditional, non-judgmental, independent and confidential.  The role of the chaplain is complimentary to that of the manager and the personnel/HR department.  It is independent of the organisation and orientated by their faith.  However good workplace relations are, there are always things that people don’t want to share with their colleagues.  The chaplain is a trained, trustworthy confidant with the time and willingness to listen. This service is for all people whatever their beliefs and circumstances and is definitely not about promoting any particular faith.  Although we are not professionally trained counsellors, we can also recommend professional counselling support if needed.

What is the Nottingham Workplace Chaplaincy?

Most businesses recognise people as their most important asset. Good businesses invest significantly in the welfare of their employees, ensuring they are trained, resourced, motivated and managed to do their job. But work is only a part of any individual’s life. Workplace performance will always be influenced by what else is going on in each person’s life. Good managers recognise this.

For more information please contact: The Revd Jo Tatum Nottingham Workplace Chaplain
Telephone: 07525 641320 or by Email: jo.tatum@southwell.anglican.org 


We’re also committed to ensuring that children and young people as well as vulnerable adults are kept safe whilst in our care is an integral part of our ministry. If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact:

Donna Bernard – Carlin, Southwell & Nottingham Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser tel: 01636 817200

Most businesses recognise people as their most important asset. Good businesses invest significantly in the welfare of their employees, ensuring they are trained, resourced, motivated and managed to do their job. 

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