Genetic haemochromatosis affects almost 1 in 100 people in Northern Ireland. Although many people have never heard of it, it’s actually the most common genetic disorder in the country.
An estimated 1 in 5 people is a carrier and there are over 20,000 people affected by the condition in Northern Ireland – yet 90% of people don’t realise they have it.
Join us for this webinar where Haemochromatosis UK CEO Neil McClements explains what symptoms to look out for – and how firms can support those staff and their families who are affected.
This webinar will outline some common reasonable adjustments for the workplace in view of local industrial tribunal rulings.
We will provide details of the support available to employers and their teams, to help colleagues live and work well with the condition.