The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world of work for everyone. Below is some key information to help you relating to work and COVID-19
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You can now access the most up-to-date benefits and support information via their smart phones, using WhatsApp. Access this service by sending ‘Hi’ in a WhatsApp message to 07860 064 422
The government guidance remains to work from home if you can. However, if you cannot work from home, you can return to work, but your employer must make arrangements for you to work safely.
Remember, if you, or anyone in your household, develops symptoms of coronavirus, then you must not go to work.
If you are able to work from home then you should.
ACAS – Working from Home
Top tips for working from home
If you have lost your job due to the pandemic or are thinking about looking for work, there are still plenty of opportunities and lots of support out there.
If you need to take time off work to look after your children or dependants, you might be able to:
Whether you’re working from home or from your usual place of work, it’s important to look after your wellbeing and maintain a good work/life balance
The Access to Work Mental Health Support Service is a confidential service available at no charge to any employees with depression, anxiety, stress or other mental health issues affecting their work.
Every Mind Matters
is the dedicated NHS Mental Health and Wellbeing website with expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.
Take a look at our webinars about staying well and managing anxiety
NHS Approved Helplines