The extent of the University’s duties when faced with an unclear OH report or unco-operative employee
Making reasonable adjustments for mental health: what factors should be considered?
Dealing with situations where mental health impacts upon attendance, performance and behaviours
Employees suffering stress at work: how should the University respond?
Following on from this taster session, a 'deeper dive' event - Mental Health & Stress at Work: An employer’s obligations & responsibilities consisting of 3 x 50 minute modules will take place on 3rd February costing £100 + VAT. Booking details can be found here.
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Please be aware that Pisent Masons are hosting this event and therefore by registering you are consenting to them receiving your personal details.
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