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Managers deal with health issues on a regular basis—but while they're usually confident in dealing with physical health problems, they may be less so with mental health problems. This guide from Acas is filled with tips and best practice guidance.
Managers deal with health problems on a regular basis. While they are usually confident in dealing with issues with physical health, they may be less sure of how best to approach mental health problems. But, in principle, it should be fairly similar: it’s about focusing on how they can best support a team member to get back to work and/or to perform at their best.
This guide from Acas gives an overview of the whole subject, tips and advice, and a lot of links to further resources, guidance and sources of help. It covers:
It’s so helpful to have detailed guidance for managers, whose role is crucial in supporting their team members experiencing mental ill health.
PA Consulting Group
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