Workplace Wellbeing, Mental Health & Resilience Podcast (Ep 2) - Legal responsibilities for managing mental health, removing mental health stigma, & embedding a culture of wellbeing within your workplacePosted in : Podcasts on 15 July 2021
Episode 2 - Legal responsibilities for managing mental health, removing mental health stigma, & embedding a culture of wellbeing within your workplace
In the second of our podcasts in this series, ‘Legal responsibilities for managing mental health, removing mental health stigma, and embedding a culture of wellbeing within your workplace’, Jennifer Cashman, Partner, RDJ, sets out common themes in employment equality laws in relation to mental health and discrimination and how wellness programmes might mitigate risk.
Jennifer Cashman is Practice Group Leader of Ronan Daly Jermyn’s Employment Team and a member of the firm’s Healthcare and Cyber and Data Protection Teams. A trusted advisor to employers in both the public and private sector, her clients include scaling and established Irish companies, public authorities, universities, and multinational companies in the technology, pharmaceutical, medical devices and diagnostics sectors. Her focus is on providing strategic business advice and practical, commercial solutions for clients.
About this Podcast
This podcast series focuses on several key sessions recently delivered at Legal Island’s online Workplace Wellbeing, Mental Health and Resilience event in association with KinchLyons, which took place on 20th May 2021.
These podcasts will help you make sense of new ways of working and help you improve the levels of wellbeing, mental health and resilience within your organisation. In this series of podcasts, we will cover some of the most important issues in wellbeing in 2021.
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This article is correct at 15/07/2021
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