Working with cancer

Learn how to support a return to work following cancer

About the webinar

Thursday 9 June | 11.00am | 45 mins

There are around 900,000 people of working age living with cancer in the UK - expected to increase to 1.15m by 2030.[1] Work can be important for those affected by cancer, both financially and in terms of restoring a sense of normality following a period of serious illness. But many cancer survivors find returning to work a struggle as they deal with the side effects of their illness and treatment.

In support of National Cancer Survivors Day, join us to learn how to support a return to work following cancer. This webinar could be useful for HR teams, line managers, people returning to work following treatment, or people looking to understand how to better support their colleagues.

Join us to learn:

  • How cancer is diagnosed and the different stages
  • The different types of treatment available
  • The long and short-term side-effects
  • Key considerations for returning to work including adjustments
  • How to support colleagues