HOW TO…How to manage mental ill-health

Whitelock, Amy
January 2011
People Management;1/27/2011, p28
The article offers advice for human resources (HR) professionals on developing a mental health disclosure plan that will benefit all employees and prevent damaging situations. It cites the importance of creating strict policies on the disclosure of information related to an employee's mental health. It notes that HR professionals should have an open dialogue with employees when discussing their mental health.


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