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Whether you're an employee, self-employed or working while caring for someone with cancer, we can offer information and support.
This video tells Jules' story of being an employee affected by cancer.
The information in this video was correct as of 20 March 2012.
It can be hard to know what questions to ask and who to talk to when it comes to work issues. So we've created a tool featuring a range of questions for every stage of your cancer journey, with details of who to ask - for example your GP or line manager.
We've divided the questions into four sections. You can download the complete tool [PDF, 221kb]| or pick the section most relevant to you:
We've produced a guide to the Equality Act 2010 [PDF, 874kb]| for managers and employers. You might also find it useful as a guide to your rights.
If you live in Northern Ireland, you are still protected from discrimination at work by the Disability Discrimination Act - find out more|.
Information on employment rights, advice about coping with the effects of treatment and talking about cancer with your employer and colleagues.
Read the guide online| or order a copy from be.Macmillan|.
Information for anyone who is working, either full or part-time, while also caring for an adult partner, relative or friend with cancer.
Read online| or order a hard copy.|
Find the information you need about managing work and care responsibilities. The tool is divided into four topics: medical, work, home and financial.
Download the Work it out tool for carers [PDF]| or order a copy|.
Read our practical information| about cancer and treatments, balancing your health needs and your work, deciding who to tell and what to say to them, keeping the business operating, and managing finances.
Designed to help colleagues and employers support an employee who is diagnosed with cancer. Employees affected by cancer might find the video clips useful too.
Watch the videos| or order the DVD|.
Online courses, developed by Macmillan, to help explore issues around work and cancer.
Access the courses by signing into the Learn Zone website.|
Does your workplace offer a buddying system for cancer patients? Take a look at the framework we developed alongside employers and people affected by cancer.
Download the buddying guidelines [Word, 96kb]|
Access resources and support for managers and employers|
Speak to a financial benefits adviser or find out what benefits you could be entitled to.
If you have any questions about cancer, need support or just want someone to talk to, ask Macmillan.
Find cancer information and support in your area or visit one of our mobile information centres.
Talk to other people at any time of the day or night in our online community.
Use your own cancer experience to influence the future of cancer care as a Cancer Voice.
Find out about your cancer type, treatment and living with cancer in our cancer information section.
See our information about working while caring >|
If you have any questions about Macmillan we would love to hear from you| .
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© Macmillan Cancer Support 2013
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