Return to work after illness or injury – Blog archive

Return to work after illness or injury

Returning to work after illness or injury can feel like a relief, it’s a return to normality. But it can also feel daunting wondering if you can cope, still do the job and what to say to people.  These blogs share what you can do to ensure a successful transition. And by ‘work’, I mean paid work, volunteering or education. Also, work doesn’t have to be a 9-5 job. 

Managing expectations at work after illness or injury

Managing expectations at work after illness or injury

Managing expectations at work after illness or injury is so important in ensuring your return to work is a good enough transition. And linked to this is what you tell people. You may be wondering what to say to people, if anything, about what happened to you. You may...

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How to prepare for returning to work after illness

How to prepare for returning to work after illness

Prepare for returning to work after illness or injury. Is that a thing? You’ve been through a serious illness, perhaps life-changing for you in some ways, treatment has ended, your recovery is going pretty well and returning to work is now on the horizon. Hurrah! You...

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When returning to work after a long-term illness goes wrong

When returning to work after a long-term illness goes wrong

You are returning to work after a long-term illness or injury and asking yourself the questions: Can I even do what I used to do? Do I want to? Will my health issue prevent me from getting good projects and promoted? How do I talk about what happened and do I want to?...

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What makes being employed with a long-term illness work?

Wondering what makes being employed with a long-term illness work is a common thought among line managers of such employees. Their employee may need to take significant time off for appointments, treatments and recovery. As a line manager, it's not easy having people...

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“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”
by Martin Luther King, Jr.

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“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase…”

"Take the first step in faith. You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step." by Martin Luther King, Jr. Hello. My name is Barbara Babcock and this will be my blog/website for my venture in helping people (and their families) live well with...

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