The government has published a voluntary reporting framework, which it has developed in partnership with leading businesses, to support employers to voluntarily report information on disability, mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. The framework
is aimed at organisations with over 250 employees, but it can be used by employers of any size. The framework recommends that employers produce a narrative explaining the action they have taken to recruit and retain disabled employees and to support the mental
health and wellbeing of their employees. It also sets out:

  • The benefits of voluntarily reporting information on disability, mental health and wellbeing
  • Why the framework is a useful tool for employers
  • Guidance on how employers can collect data for voluntary reporting and where the information can be reported
  • Links to further support.

Source: New feed