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Watch video here with Psychotherapist Trish Howard about creating an open, healthy workplace culture.
Trainee solicitors and members of the profession highlight the need to tackle stigma around mental health and wellbeing.
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Dignity at Work
A survey to enquire about solicitors and trainees’ experience of work environments in Ireland, specifically as it relates to bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment.
This year, the Business of Wellbeing Summit will look at dignity at work and how it can be applied in small, medium and large sized firms.
The Law Society’s expanded Psychological Service aims to support lawyers to reach their optimal potential through key services: LegalMind and…
Blackhall Place will host the disAbility Legal Network's summer get-together and book club on 18 August.
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