Where to start when making reasonable adjustments at work

When it comes to making reasonable adjustments at work, you shouldn’t simply wait until an employee with a disability approaches you, and asks for help. As an employer, you have a responsibility to take pro-active action. Employment lawyer Steven Azizi has some tips to help you get started.

May 15, 2019
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Avoiding discrimination against mental health at work

In this video, Employment Law specialist, Jay Bhiyani, talks about discrimination against mental health at work. She explains some of the policies and procedures that can help to protect you against lawsuits, while providing a better working environment.

May 8, 2019
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Changing the narrative on mental health in the workplace

Ex-mental health nurse, Stacy Thomson, shares her professional expertise on how the phrase ‘mental health’ applies to more than just the mentally ill – and how we can all help to change the narrative on mental health in the workplace.

May 1, 2019
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Starting the conversation about mental health in the workplace

Our blog editor, and resident Mental Health First Aider, talks about why it is so important to start the conversation about mental health in the workplace. This video was live broadcast as part of The Future of People Conference, 2019.

April 24, 2019
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How to build a culture of employee wellbeing

In this exclusive interview, Professor Sir Cary Cooper explains what you can do as an employer, to enhance employee wellbeing – from making sure managers have the right people skills, to banning email outside of working hours.

April 17, 2019
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Why Rolls-Royce created a smoke free workplace

Rolls-Royce employes over 55,000 people. Their Chief Medical Officer, David Roomes, takes employee health and wellbeing very seriously. This is why he launched a globally smoke-free workplace.

April 10, 2019
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How technology compounds the problem of mental health in the workplace

Mental health in the workplace is not just another fad. And according to neuroscientist Baroness Susan Greenfield, we are becoming a nation of thrill-seeking tech junkies with abnormally large dopamine factories in our brains. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to help employees physically reverse the damage of tech addiction.

April 3, 2019
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