Join us and a panel of experts to talk about disability and mental health at work. They'll be answering any questions you have about your rights, and can also give practical advice and guidance.
We'll be joined by:
- Catherine Leggett - Employment Pathways Coordinator at The National Autistic Society.
Catherine has worked with employers and employees nationwide, as a specialist in optimising autistic people's strengths at work since April 2014. Catherine also speaks at conferences and various events around the UK to promote the recruitment, retention, progression and advantages of autistic talent in the workforce. Catherine developed the first course of its kind, early in 2016, for autistic working women in the UK and is currently leading on placing autistic talent in digital and cyber roles.
- Stephen Heath - Lawyer at Mind.
Stephen practised for many years as a barrister specialising in employment law before joining the legal team at Mind in 2016. His work at Mind covers the law relating to mental health, mental capacity, social care and disability discrimination. He has recently been appointed a part time Employment Judge and Mental Health Tribunal judge.
- Third panellist TBA
- Chaired by a member of the YWT Advisory Panel.
Don't forget to bring a cuppa (or whatever your preferred drink is)!
This webinar is open to all young women, aged 18-30 years and living in England and Wales.
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The maximum number of participants in this webinar is 150. First come, first served :)