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Annual Report

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My Skills, My Strengths, My Right to Work Project The project has been working collaboratively with many partners to try and create accessible opportunities to learning, employment and support within […]

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Category: Reports

Work, Health and Disability Consultation

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We know that the right type of work is good for an individual’s physical and mental health. Work can bring other benefits – introduce a sense of purpose, raise self-esteem, […]

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SME Employer Roadshow

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Fit for Work? Who Says? Thursday, 22 September 2016, 09:00-13:30, The Mitchell Library, Granville Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN Do you run a business and have employees who have been absent from […]

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Category: Event Weeks, Training

Mental health in the workplace

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The Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) are offering free information sessions to workplaces throughout Scotland, helping to tackle stigma and discrimination around mental health in the workplace The information […]

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Workplaces- How to become more dementia aware

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Workplaces in Scotland should be more dementia aware and better equipped to deal with the impact dementia can have on employees, carers and customers. The Early Stage Dementia Project will […]

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Category: Training

In employment: Workplace adjustments

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Equality and Human Rights Commission explains that the equality law will mean changing the way in which employment is structured in order to achieve equality for disabled people, barriers need […]

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Category: Access to Work

Good Work- Pain, Poverty and Employment

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Pain Concern have created a thirty minute audio ‘Pain, Poverty and Employment’ It covers some case studies which can highlight good and bad practice of employers, reflecting on the difference […]

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Category: Access to Work, News

Work Trials

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Work trial opportunities are an excellent way to get the right candidate for the job

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Help for employers to support staff with arthritis

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Arthritis Care Scotland host a Working Well With Arthritis Joint Working Project which offers an array of services to people who live with inflammatory arthritis but also help for employers. […]

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What Skills does Orkney’s future workforce need?

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Orkney Islands Council is seeking the views of local employers on the skills they feel the county’s future workforce should be equipped with. An Employers Summit is being held in […]

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