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Helping people talk about cancer at work

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If someone has been diagnosed with cancer, it can be difficult for them to know what to say at work. However, talking to their employer about their diagnosis can be the first step towards getting the support they need in the workplace.

helping people talk about cancer at work

helping people talk about cancer at work MACMILLAN ONLY

Under equalities law employers should try and support staff affected by cancer; this includes putting in place changes, known as reasonable adjustments, to help them stay in or return to work. Macmillan has developed a new step-by-step guide to help talk about cancer at work.

Please signpost the people you support to to download the resource.

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