Mental Health at Work

Good mental health practices at work are in the interests, not only of employees, but of businesses as a whole. We advocate good governance of mental health in the workplace as an important aspect of building business resilience for the future and consider it to be a crucial element in the fight to regain control in the wake of COVID-19.


The ByWord : Mental Health at Work

Never has it been more important for businesses to focus on the health of their employees, both physical and mental. For that reason, we have put together a major report, covering 37 of our countries on the law surrounding mental health at work and how employers can support a healthy workplace.

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8 Ways to Encourage Neurodiversity at Work

If you’re interested in workplace diversity and inclusion, you’ve probably been hearing a lot about neurodiversity lately. Here are 8 ways to encourage neurodiversity at work.

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Yvonne Frederiksen is a partner at Norrbom Vinding in Denmark and Chair of the Ius Laboris Expert Group on Discrimination.

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Learn on the go! Webinars

4 Nov 2020
Legal HR Summit

The Legal HR Summit is a 2-day online programme with two big themes: HR leaders and HR lawyers addressing the future of the working world and business insiders providing insights into managing an international workforce.

8 Oct 2020
Working from home: a solution for the long term

Working from home is fast becoming more than just a tool for crisis management. More and more companies are now considering it as a sustainable option for the longer term. Many employees view it as a valuable benefit and employers too, can start to see cost-savings on the horizon in…

2 Jul 2020
Coronavirus: Getting back to the new normal

Four Ius Laboris employment law firms provide their very different perspectives on what is happening in their countries right now and how employers can best manage their workforces in the circumstances. Topics include how to manage the return to work and a short and longer term perspective on employment law…