You may have excellent plans for disabilities that involve physical issues, but for many employers the invisible disabilities can be more complex.
Let us help by working with your employee to discuss accommodation ideas that have allowed other people with mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, to remain productive.
We help employees find solutions that work for them and which they are able to commit to for the long-term.
Our solutions address issues such as:
- panic attacks
- repetitive negative thoughts
- emotional outbursts
- fears or phobias
- concentration problems
- challenges in meeting deadlines
- certain words or action that trigger a stress response
- difficulty working in teams
- interpersonal difficulties
Let us work directly with the only person who truly knows what is possible and what they will commit to – your employee.
We have the ability to balance the employee’s ideas with the realities and responsibilities of the job demands in a way that often exceeds the expectations of the employer. When the employee is involved with the plan, they are much more likely to commit to its success.
Most importantly our plans aim to allow the employee to be successful in doing the job for which they were hired. A productive employee who feels good about their accomplishments is what most employers want. Being able to move forward, beyond the issues of the past, is the goal. We can help.