Mental Health in the workplace
Successfully managing mental health and wellbeing issues has many knock-on positive effects which are known to lead to improvements in employee engagement, productivity, organisational culture and absenteeism. Poor mental health on the other hand can be costly.
Looking after employees’ mental wellbeing is a long-term responsibility, and employers should be prepared to adapt and change their approach as the needs of employees change. Our experienced employment lawyers can provide advice on how to support your employees and your duties under the Equality Act 2010.
We are able to offer bespoke mental health and wellbeing training, specific to your organisation’s needs and we can provide additional support from our HR consultancy Forbury People.
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Clarkslegal is proud to be a member of the Employee Ownership Association
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- 31 October 2022
Workplace support for pregnancy and baby loss
Research of Tommy’s (a UK charity researching the causes and prevention of pregnancy complications, miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth and neonatal death) found that sadly it is estimated that 1 in 4 pregnancies end in loss1.
- 13 October 2022
The work/life balancing act – time to think more flexibly?
As we come to the end of ‘National Work Life Balance Week’, it is an ideal moment for employers to take stock and reflect on whether they are striking the right balance in their workplaces.
- 11 May 2022
The right to disconnect
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has meant that, for many people, the boundary between work and home life has become blurred. A vast amount of people were suddenly required to work from home which meant for many, homes became offices and this has resulted in many struggling to disconnect from work outside of their working hours.
- 10 May 2022
Brain fog and unlawful discrimination risks
Brain fog has been in the news lately because of its association with Long Covid and the menopause. But what is brain fog and how should employers support staff suffering from it?
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