Dealing with Chronic Illness at Work

  • How do you deal with someone who has had more than 3 months off sick?
  • Do you know what to do if someone is too ill to work?
  • What if an employee has received a frightening diagnosis?
  • How can you be a caring employer and still meet the needs of the organisation?
  • How can you avoid gaps in your workforce and expensive pay-offs?

The Problem:

With autoimmune diseases on the rise, by the time we reach our 50s there is a 1 in 8 chance that we will be living with a chronic illness.
As well as the frightening array of painful, debilitating, enjoyment-sapping symptoms, it will bring an uncertainty in life that can lead to anxiety, depression and other mental health challenges. The impact this has far reaches the individual, to family, friends and, most definitely, the workplace.

So what are you doing to help your staff and your workplace?

The Solution:

  • Awareness and Education
  • Effective Communication
  • Individual Support

Depending on the how much depth is required, the following can be offered:

  • Short easy to digest ‘Lunch and Learn’ type workshops
  • Half Day or Day Workshops
  • Ongoing Training Programmes
  • One to One Coaching

You are only 3 steps away from improving your ability to successfully deal with chronic illness in your workforce

1: Book a FREE consultation with Gina on 07887 570600
2: Agree the way forward
3. Realise the benefits of your proactive action

About Gina Dallison

Gina was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2009 which led her on a journey of research, empowerment and self-discovery. Her happy positive outlook is a real example of what can be achieved when you are still living with disabling symptoms of a chronic illness.

After experiencing additional/personal life challenges in 2017 which set off a severe MS episode and prompted her to leave her corporate training role to fully embrace being a Life Coach.

Honest communication was a theme that kept emerging for her. As she reflected, with frustration, how parting with her last corporate position could have been so much better for both her, her health and the organisation, if there had been better channels of communication.

With compassion and empathy, she has the ability to get to the crux of problems
through effective communication, developing a solution that best suits both the employee and organisation.

Reduce sick days – Happier, Healthier staff – Improved productivity