Employment law issues that have a mental health aspect can be extremely challenging for lawyer and HR practitioner alike. The issues can be sensitive, ambiguous and complex, and can often have a significant impact on the broader workplace.
Making accurate decisions in this potentially complex area of law is crucial. Case law has shown that the courts will penalise those organisations who do not follow correct processes when dealing with employment issues related to mental health.
Thomson Reuters’ 3rd annual Mental Health & Employment Law Conference is taking place in October 2020. It aims to address the key issues related to mental health in the workplace. The 2018 and 2019 conferences sold out, so book early to avoid missing out.
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