If you are finding work stressful or are finding it difficult because of a mental health problem, then your employer should be able to offer you support.
Under Equality Law, employers are obliged to make appropriate measures so that employees who have a disability, including people with experience of a mental health problem, can access, participate and advance in employment.
Examples of reasonable accommodation:
All measures should be taken in consultation with the employee and should be reasonable for the organisation.
You can find more information in the leaflet ‘Equality and mental health: how the law can help you’ below, including information on:
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