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How to deal with alcoholism & substance abuse at work

In this episode 186 of the podcast I bring you information and ideas on how best to deal with issues of alcoholism and substance abuse at work.

In this episode of the podcast I cover:

  • Why employers need to think purposefully about how to deal with alcohol and substance abuse among employees.
  • Why alcohol and substance abuse issues may arise.
  • Your legal duties as an employer.
  • The impact of alcohol and substance abuse at work.
  • How to deal with disciplinary issues that arise as a result of alcohol and substance abuse.
  • Some practical tips for employers.

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This episode was as a result request from a listener who asked to cover the issue of alcohol at work. If you have any questions or particular issues that you would like covered please do email me, alison@realemploymentlawadvice.co.uk and I will ensure it is covered in a future episode.

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