CIPD - Mental health – The legal aspects (Bournemouth, Poole & District Group), West Hants Club, Friday, 22. November 2019

Bournemouth, Poole & District Group
Mental health – The legal aspects
Due to popular demand on our event on 15 November we have arranged this second event, covering the same content.
Our Mental Health - The legal aspects event is being delivered by expert Catharine Geddes – Partner at Lester Aldridge LLP. Catharine will be looking at the following:

What the legal responsibilities of employers are in supporting overall mental wellbeing, as well as those with diagnosed mental illness.

How employers can work to reduce potential discrimination against those with poor mental health at all stages of the employee life cycle, including recruitment.

The implications of not being a responsible employer.

Bbest practice recommendations to minimise risks.

As a result of attending this event you will:

Develop knowledge of the Equality Act and the protection it offers those suffering with a mental health condition.

Implement better practice to reduce the risk of discrimination towards those suffering with a mental health condition.

Understand the implications of not implementing best practice.

Understand the role of mental health first aid and mental health first aiders

Refreshments will be served from 08:30hrs with the event starting promptly at 09:00hrs.

Our Speaker:
Catharine Geddes – Partner at Lester Aldridge LLP 
Catharine is a very experienced employment lawyer and HR advisor. As a business owner, team leader, manager and former Head of HR, Catharine brings hands-on experience and can deal with disciplinaries, redundancies and training within clients’ businesses.
Professional photography and video production may be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.
Is there parking at the venue?
Yes, on site parking.
What refreshments will be on offer?
Tea, coffee, and pastries.
What is the refund policy for paid tickets?
We operate a 7-day cut-off date for ticket cancellations leading to a refund.
How do you use the personal information I provide when registering?
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Friday, 22. November 2019, West Hants Club, CIPD - Mental health – The legal aspects (Bournemouth, Poole & District Group)

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