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Your legal duty: Stress risk assessments

Your legal duty: Stress risk assessments

In 2020/21, 822,000 employees reported suffering from stress, anxiety and depression, with over half of these reporting that this was made worse by the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.

As an employer, you have a legal responsibility to tackle workplace stress by completing stress risk assessments. It’s one of the most effective ways to address workplace stress, keep your employees happy and safe, and reduce absences!

Not sure where to start? The HR and Health & Safety experts of British Franchise Association Supplier Member, Citation, have put together a FREE beginner’s guide.

DOWNLOAD: https://www.citation.co.uk/resources/health-and-safety/a-beginners-guide-to-stress-risk-assessments/?utm_source=partner&utm_medium=bfa&utm_campaign=partner_stressriskassessments_june22

The guide will walk you through the essentials, including what stress risk assessments are, your legal responsibilities, the HSE’s six Management Standards, practical tips on how to help employees, and more.

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If you’d like to chat about how Citation can help with the HR and Health & Safety side of your business, just give them a call on 0345 844 1111, or fill in their call-back form and they’ll get right back to you.

Please quote ‘British Franchise Association’ when enquiring to access your member benefit and preferential rates.

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