Occupational Stress and Injury in the Covid-19 era and beyond

Jagjit Virdi chairs a panel of hand-picked experts offering practical guidance on cases of occupational stress.

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    This event will be online via Zoom. 

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Event description

2020 has been a challenging year with lockdown and continuing restrictions having a profound impact on personal and professional lives, severely testing our mental health, wellbeing and resilience. We are now in a second lockdown in England.

There are indications that cases of occupational stress and related injury may increase over the next few years as a result of the pandemic, but what should employers be doing to minimise these occurrences?

We are pleased to invite you to a webinar where a hand-picked panel of experts will analyse this question and offer practical guidance for those managing such cases.

The event will be chaired by Jagjit Virdi, Mills & Reeve, who currently advises employers on the defence and strategy of cases concerning occupational stress and injury.

He will be joined by Professor Neil Greenberg (Consultant academic, Occupational and Forensic Psychiatrist) King’s College London, and Emeritus Professor Anne Harriss from the Society of Occupational Medicine. Alistair Dornan from Gallagher completes the panel as they share their experiences of occupational stress and injury relating to the pandemic from the perspectives of business, psychiatry and occupational health. 

If you have accessibility needs or require any adjustments to enable you to take part in the webinar, please let us know here.

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