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December/January 2011/2012 (vol. 08/4)
Part 1: compensation for stress-related illness
In the first of a three-part series on the law of mental health at work, Diana Kloss examines compensation for stress-related illness.
In October 2011, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development published its annual absence management survey1(see this issue p.8). It found that stress is now the most common cause of long-term sickness absence for both manual and …
Diana Kloss is a barrister, part-time employment judge, Acas arbitrator and author.
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Occupational Health at Work December/January 2011/2012 (vol. 08/4) pp34-35