Labour & European Law Review
15 October 2009
Acas, the Government’s advisory and conciliation service, has published a policy paper advising businesses and managers how to anticipate and identify mental health problems in the workplace. It also looks at what steps they should take to respond to them.
To satisfy the provisions of the 1995 Disability Discrimination Act, claimants have to show, among other things, that their impairment has a substantial adverse effect on their normal day to day activities.
It is well established in law that only trade secrets or other equally confidential information can be protected once someone’s employment has ended.