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Going back to work

It’s a bit nerve-wracking going back to work after taking time out. Whether you’ve been raising children, caring for an elderly relative, travelling the world, or unwell, it’s natural to feel a bit anxious about returning to the workplace. But don’t fret; you’ll soon be back in the swing of things. The National Careers Service gives confidential and impartial advice online, over the phone and face-to-face, and can help if you're returning to work after time out.  Been on maternity leave? The Money Advice Service has information so that you know what your rights are when returning to work after having a baby.

Add your signposting title here… Work related stress?

Feeling stressed? You’re not alone. Studies show that stress accounts for 40% of cases of workplace sickness in the UK. Too much pressure and worries about employability are both common causes. While we all need a bit of pressure to get our job done, when you can’t cope it’s time seek help. 

See some NHS tips for managing stress
Add your signposting title here… Employment contracts - what do they mean?

An employment contract establishes the respective rights, responsibilities and duties of an employer and an employee. You should check any employment contract terms carefully before agreeing to them, and, if in doubt, seek professional help.

Find out about the key terms and your rights
Useful links

Make a redundancy plan and more
Money Advice Service

Know your rights when facing redundancy
Gov.uk

Free, confidential advice on your employment rights
Acas (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service)

Advice to help you find a job and more
National Careers Service

Help and advice for dealing with stress
NHS

 

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