Encouraging applications from disabled people, including those with mental health conditions, is good for business. This guidance has a summary of issues to consider and a wide range of advice and tips.
Understanding reasonable adjustments in your workplace
Employers can be required to make adjustments to make sure employees aren’t disadvantaged by mental health problems or other disabilities. This toolkit will help you understand whatare, and how you can introduce them into your organisation.
Resources in this toolkit:
Employers can be required to make adjustments to make sure employees aren't disadvantaged by mental health problems—and, even when not a requirement, it's a good idea. This brief document from Acas lists lots of suggestions, including many free ones.
Making work work
An employer has legal obligations to prevent discrimination because of disability in the workplace. This workbook will help employers and managers have conversations about any adjustments that may be required for mental health issues.
This guide includes specific advice for managers on supporting a team member with a mental health problem. It outlines legal obligations and reasonable adjustments, as well as advising on managing under-performance and absence.