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Looking at how best to support an employee working with cancer and whether risk assessments need adjusting for the individual and those working with them and what other steps may need to be taken.
Around 330,000 adults in the UK are diagnosed with cancer every year. Half of them now survive at least ten years and many – up to 84% of those working when they receive their diagnosis – return to work. Two-fifths of employees with cancer have to make changes to how they work, and almost half move jobs or leave work altogether.
If your company has an employee that needs support or you require more information on this sensitive subject then don’t hesitate to contact Safewell for assistance.

Please click on link below for full article.

https://www.ioshmagazine.com/article/working-through-cancer

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