It has a long-term effect on your normal day-to-day activity, as defined under the Equality Act 2010.
Your condition is ‘long term’ if it lasts, or is likely to last, 12 months.
‘Normal day-to-day activity’ is defined as something you do regularly in a normal day. This includes things like using a computer, working set times or interacting with people.
This can also mean employees are suffering with presenteeism which is costs the average company £775 per employee and long-term absenteeism.
In this session, Ramin Salehi and Tim Rushmere examine the relationship between physical and mental illness and disability and the hidden costs of presenteeism and absenteeism and work-related health issues.
Understand how you can avoid the hidden costs of presenteeism and absenteeism and work-related health problems.
Learn how you can better support employees with long-term mental illness and create a healthier, happier, more productive workforce.
Ramin is an accredited Adult Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) and Adult Half Day Mental Health Aware Instructor. Experienced Consultant with a demonstrated history of working across a variety of institutions and has conducted over 10,000 workplace assessments in the public and private sector.
Tim is a Lead Instructor and the Eleos Team’sprogramme designer. He is passionate about helping people and organisations confront adversity head on in search of sustaining optimal health to underpin performance.
With a background in product and graphic design Tim enjoyed 14 very active years in the British Army, including two operational tours, completing both Commando and Airborne selection and received an award for gallantry in 2007.
Having experienced ten years of changeable mental health and then significant mental illness Tim led a self-determined recovery by actively unpacking the root causes and the unhelpful behaviours that followed. Tim has experienced first-hand the complexities that poor mental health can create in both daily life and how it can be compounded within a high-performance culture, especially upon relationships, judgement and decision-making.
He understands the critical role of mastering a resilient mindset as the foundation to performance in life and applying practical personal strategies that embed positive, progressive development. An avid sportsman, he values the role physical fitness has to play in keeping the mind healthy and in the ongoing development of mental fitness.
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