Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace
ACAS estimate that mental health problems cost employers in the UK approximately £30 billion a year through lost production, recruitment and absence.
Although it is estimated that 1 in 4 people will suffer with mental health problems during their lives, mental health is still a taboo topic for many people.
This course aims to tackle the subject and will offer a practical discussion of mental health awareness within the workplace. Lecturer Steph Barber will provide viewers with an over-view of what is required of them to be compliant in accordance with the SRA guidance. Advice will also be offered offer in respect of how viewers can fulfil their duties by assessment, planning and taking positive action.
The session is an essential introduction to, or reminder for, solicitors in their role as employers and managers. It also provides invaluable guidance for those in other areas of practice who wish to demonstrate an understanding of mental health issues and comply with SRA principles.
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