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Employment Law: Guidance for Employers

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The Equality and Human Rights Commission has released new guidance on how women experiencing menopausal symptoms should be treated in the workplace, and the legal recourse they have for failure of employers to provide appropriate workplace support.

For help understanding your legal obligations in this regard, see: Menopause in the workplace: Guidance for employers | EHRC (equalityhumanrights.com)


A fast-growing consideration for employers is equality, diversity and inclusion. The CIPD has, working with Uptimize (a neurodiversity training company) issued some practical guidance for employers on how they can be more neuroinclusive. Neurodiversity is the natural variation in human brain functioning, which is linked to conditions including autism, ADHD and dyslexia.

For help recognising neurodiversity and creating a neuroinclusive workplace, see: Neuroinclusion at work report 2024 (cipd.org)

This article is for general guidance only. It provides useful information in a concise form. Action should not be taken without obtaining specific legal advice.
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