How We Help
If you’re facing problems in the workplace and don’t know how to best resolve them, these are just some of the areas we can help you with:
• One to one support
• Knowing your rights at work
• Returning to work
• Negotiating adjustments in the workplace
If you’re looking to change careers or find employment again after a period of not working, we can help with that too. We can support you with all forms of work preparation, including:
• Right to work documentation
• Job searching
• Heath and wellbeing
You might not be experiencing specific problems at work but you do feel stressed and overwhelmed. Sound familiar? Well you’ll be pleased to know we’ve got plenty of guidance and resources to help support you with:
• Managing workplace stress
• Staying well in the workplace
• Building resilience
• Building confidence
Who do we help?
Our Employment Service is available to anyone accessing the NHS Talking Therapies Hampshire service for therapy.
Let your NHS Talking Therapies practitioner know that you'd like Employment support and you will be referred to one of our Employment Advisors.
Who are we?
We are a team of Employment Advisors with a wealth of knowledge from various backgrounds including HR, employability and teaching! We support hundreds of people each year with employment issues and we’re passionate about helping others who may be experiencing something similar.
Our Employment Advisors have recorded this video to guide you through everything you need to know about work stress, and how to tackle it.
If you're affected by workplace stress, we hope you'll find this guide helpful. You'll learn what stress is and what causes it, along with what you can do about stress at work and what you should be able to expect from your employer.
A short guide on using occupational health before or during employment, including what occupational health is and what to expect during and after an assessment.
(Information correct at time of recording - November 2021. iTalk has since rebranded to NHS Talking Therapies Hampshire)
A short guide to flexible working, including:
What flexible working actually is - what kind of changes to your working hours or patterns could you ask for?
How to make a request, including what your rights are and what to include
What to expect from your employer, including their responsibilities under the law
The information in this video is correct at time of recording, to the best of our knowledge. The webinar refers to rules and legislation on flexible working rights, which are subject to change, for example we are aware at time of recording that there are proposals to make flexible working a 'day one' right. Find further information and check the current legislation at www.gov.uk
A short guide on reasonable adjustments in the workplace, including what reasonable adjustments are, who is entitled to them, what "reasonable" means and examples of reasonable adjustments used at work.
Our Employment Advisors and Clinical team have put together a webinar to help you improve and maintain your wellbeing at work. You will learn what helps and what blocks our wellbeing as well as tips on how to improve this. We hope you’ll find this guide helpful.
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I honestly dread to think the state I would've been in without the Employment Advisor’s knowledge and support. I wasn't aware this was available when I self-referred to iTalk and can honestly say it is a fantastic add on to an already great service. I cannot express how thankful I am for their support in getting my issues resolved with the best possible outcome. The Employment Advisor was empathetic, helpful and supportive throughout, I couldn't have done it without them.