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Thriving At Work - How Do We Improve The Mental Health & Financial Stability Of Our Organisations?

Posted by on October 31st 2017 in Blog Posts, Employment

Thriving At Work - How Do We Improve The Mental Health & Financial Stability Of Our Organisations?

Last week saw the release of the report “Thriving at work”,  The Stevenson / Farmer review of mental health in the workplace. It came out with a great fanfare having been commissioned by the Prime Minister in January 2017.

The report’s authors have a vision that they believe is realistic within a 10 year time frame to ensure that employers create the right environment for employees with mental health who require support.

It is interesting that even in writing an article I am struggling to find the right terminology, and that is one of the areas we need to address as...

Mental Health in the Workplace: Fit notes

Posted by on September 27th 2017 in Employment

Mental Health in the Workplace: Fit notes

In the UK, employees are entitled to statutory sick pay of up to 28 weeks. Whilst nothing is required to be produced by the employee for sickness leave of seven days or less, an employee who is absent for longer must provide a “fit note” (previously known as a doctor’s note or sick note). A fit note is a record of advice from the employee’s doctor to their employer. It is not legally binding but acts as confirmation of the sickness, as well as providing the employer with some details as to an expected return date, and what the employer...

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