Working, whether paid or unpaid, is good for our health and well-being. It enables us to socialise, build contacts and find support. It also keeps us busy, challenges us and rewards us financially. However, there may be times at work when people will feel under pressure and this can lead to stress. A short period of stress by itself is unlikely to be considered a disability under the law, however prolonged stress can become more serious and potentially make existing mental health conditions worse. Continue reading
Interviewing for a training contract can be a very stressful process. For many applicants it is the first job interview they have had in a while and naturally an interview is a daunting event. There isn’t an exact science for performing well in interviews and to be honest each interview is different.
The one thing that is necessary is preparation. Continue reading
Urban Lawyers North invited three experts to delve a little deeper into the social, political and legal concerns that underpin what may be the biggest humanitarian issue of our generation: the ‘migrant crisis.’ Continue reading