How to mentally adjust to the changes that you’re facing
How to keep your employer informed about your situation
How to prepare for unexpected situations from a financial perspective
If you’ve been affected by long-term illness or health challenges, the prospect of returning back to work could feel rather daunting. This Masterclass will equip you with the tools and techniques to help you feel mentally prepared and to make your return to work as smooth as possible after an illness.
EMEA Head of AML | JP Morgan
Ebun is responsible for aspects of Regulatory Change, Governance & Oversight, Risk Assessments, Policy & Procedures under the umbrella of the EMEA Financial Crime Compliance Function within JP Morgan.
Ebun Ojemuyiwa shares how her fibromyalgia diagnosis changed her life and how she got mentally and physically prepared to go back to work.
Ebun highlights why you must prioritise your physical and mental wellbeing in this module. She also points out the need to reflect on whether you’re financially prepared to handle unplanned situations, like being unable to work due to illness.
In this module, Ebun explains what to do when you’re away, such as understanding your company’s policy, getting in touch with your manager, giving yourself enough time to recover and getting counselling.
Ebun shares what to expect, as you plan a return to work. Getting your employer, doctor and insurer to assess your fitness for work and putting a plan in place are just two of the things she shares in this module.
Dealing with illness could mean major lifestyle changes or even not working for a period of time. Ebun shares how to embrace change, in this module.
To wrap up this Masterclass, Ebun leaves a few actionable steps for those who are actively considering a return to work.