The Covid-19 pandemic has caused the most significant disruption to the workplace in generations. From homeworking to Covid related sickness absences, employees have had to endure significant challenges and adapt to numerous changes over the past two years. With research suggesting that the stress and pressures experienced by employees during the pandemic will likely continue for the foreseeable future, as we ease into the “new normal”, it is more important than ever for employers to prioritise the mental health of their workforce. During this webinar, our HR and Employment experts will provide advice and guidance on supporting the mental health of your workforce in a post-pandemic world. We will discuss the following:
• When an employee’s poor mental health can lead to being a disability protected under the Equality Act 2010, and what the employer needs to do if so;
• How to identify signs of poor mental health amongst staff when they are working remotely and how to support all employees with their mental health; and
• The risks of getting it wrong or failing to act, with real-life case studies setting out how employers have gone wrong.
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