Acas has published new guidance to help employers support the estimated two million women who have difficulties at work due to menopause symptoms.
We look at how the menopause can affect women working in the police sector and some of the initiatives that are being taken to support them.
XpertHR's survey explores the steps taken by employers to manage mental health in the workplace, the role of line managers and the emerging use of mental health first-aiders.
The Government consults on proposals to support disabled people and people with long-term health conditions to remain in work.
The government has announced plans to improve wellbeing for frontline police after publishing a review that shows officers to be under huge mental and physical strain.
Uxshely Chotai, a qualified lawyer, psychotherapist and trainer who delivers mental health training with byrne-dean, discusses the practical steps that a line manager can take to create a working environment that is conducive to good mental health.
Although the prescription of medicinal cannabis products is not yet widespread in the UK, employers need to be aware of the legal framework concerning its use. Charles Wynn-Evans examines the the HR and legal issues.
Updated to include additional information on the risks of dismissing employees who are entitled to receive payments under a permanent health insurance scheme.
Work is good for your mental health, even if you only do one day a week, according to researchers from Cambridge and Salford universities
A model policy to inform managers and employees about the menopause and associated rights and to outline the training and support on offer for those experiencing menopausal symptoms.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to occupational health and wellbeing.