Below are two new guides which outline how current law protects the rights of people with mental health problems and what employers need to do to protect these rights in the workplace.
Please click the picture of the document you wish to read in more detail.
Mental Health Commission Ireland
The Mental Health Commission is an independent statutory body established under the Mental Health Act, 2001. The Mental Health Commission promotes high standards in the delivery of mental health services and ensures the interests of those involuntarily admitted to Approved Centres are protected.
To go to their website for more information, please click here.
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