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06 October 2017

When's The Right Time To Offer Mental Health Support?

When Edward called in sick because he was experiencing low mood after the death of a friend, he didn’t pretend he had a migraine or food poisoning. He said he felt really flat and depressed and couldn’t face coming into work that day because one of his best friends had died. His manager offered his condolences and used the day-one absence management system to flag his absence as being mental health-related. Even so, no immediate support was offered and everyone assumed Edward would naturally recover. He didn’t.

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30 March 2017
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Westminster Attack Highlights Need For Compassionate Continuity Planning

Last week, a traumatic event managed to bring one of the most protected and best prepared employers to a halt. An attack was highly anticipated, but when it came, even though it wasn’t high-tech and …

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14 July 2011
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Support your Clients following a Whiplash Injury

Contact us to find out how we can support your clients following a whiplash injury through our Pain Management and Psychological Services

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04 April 2011
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Royal College of Nursing -Stress reduction project

Sickness absence dropped and employee engagement rose as a result of a 2009 project on reducing stress in the workplace .

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12 March 2011
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Rehabilitation provides route to recovery

OH has a key role in support employees returning to work after long periods of absence. Employers must take away the fear of returning to work and better support line managers if vocational rehabilita…

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