When does a mental health condition become a disability? Managing mental health in the workplace

Creating a culture of positive mental health and wellbeing for employees is high on the agenda for businesses.

But with the third lockdown, working from home and homeschooling adding to the stresses of life, more people are suffering from poor mental health, resulting in long term sick leave. How can employers remain sympathetic, while still operating a successful business and steering clear of any claims for disability discrimination?

We are delighted to have guest speaker Rachel Cutler, business psychology consultant, psychotherapist and executive coach joining us to discuss the benefits of incorporating mental health support in the workplace; and Matt McDonald – partner in our employment team – covers the employment law considerations.

We cover:

Recognising mental health issues in the workplace
What employers can do
Managing long term sickness
Avoiding claims
Event host
Our guest speaker

Rachel Cutler
Business psychology consultant


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