Mental health leave requests gives recruiters chance to open conversations with consultants

Recruiters have been urged to use mental health leave requests to open up conversations with consultants about underlying mental health issues.

On World Suicide Prevention Day, Recruiter spoke to employment lawyers for their take on how recruiters should respond when confronted with requests from consultants for a day’s leave due to a mental health problem.

John Hayes, managing director at Constantine Law, told Recruiter while workers can request mental health days in countries such as...

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Recruitment bodies say Lib Dem tax plans will be music to contractors’ ears

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Recruiters should learn lessons from top tech companies and drop KPIs.

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This week’s contracts and deals include: Bibby Financial Services, D&A Recruitment, GPW Recruitment, Recruitology, Resume-Library

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FINANCIALS: Prime People posts increase in revenue and profits

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