Help for the employee and employer
There are several organisations that can help provide information on different aspects of the workplace, you may find the following helpful:
Provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law. They support good relationships between employers and employees which underpin business success. They can help by providing conciliation to resolve workplace problems.
Provides information and resources relating to mental health at work and wellbeing.
Topic pages on behavioural science, creativity and innovation, ethics, well-being, culture and the working environment.
Provides information and advice on rights at work.
Disability Rights UK offers a number of services which can help both employer and employee.
Equality and Human Rights Commission offer advice and guidance about the Human Rights Act and the Equality Act. They can also offer advice on good practice in the employment of disabled people.
Information on management standards, helping organisations comply with the law and tackle work related stress.
Provides information for employers to take care of their staff, with free resources to improve mental wellbeing and employee engagement, training courses and wellbeing booklet packs.
Offer free and impartial guidance to people with workplace and personal pensions.
Rethink Mental Illness is a leading provider of mental health services in England. They provide support for people to gain and sustain employment using a person centred approach to ensure their job is the right one for them. They provide employer liaison and return to work, reasonable adjustments and mental health training.
A charity that provide joined-up services for government, local authorities, combined authorities, employers, stakeholders and individuals, working to reach one goal: to help transform the lives of one million young people and adults each year.
Time to Change is a campaign run by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness which changes public attitudes and perceptions towards mental health. By signing the pledge, employers demonstrate their commitment to changing how we think and act about mental health in the workplace and ensuring that employees who are facing problems feel supported.
There are many pages available on Gov.uk that will provide the employer and employee with the guidance they require, some that might be useful are:
Advice on employing people; this covers contracts of employment and working hours, dismissing staff and redundancies, health and safety at work, payroll, pensions, recruitment and hiring, statutory leave and time off and trade unions and workers rights.
Advice on recruitment and disabled people, reasonable adjustments at work and Access to Work.
This guidance provides a summary of information for employers to help increase their understanding of disability and enables them to recruit and support disabled people and those with long term health conditions in work.
Access to Work can also help assess whether the employees needs can be met through reasonable adjustments by you as the employer.
To check how much sick pay employees are eligible for.
Information and guidance on the Equality Act 2010, including age discrimination and public sector Equality Duty.