Line Managers, Human Resources and Occupational Health

Learn Zone resources for Line Managers, HR and Occupational Health professionals to help them explore issues around work and cancer.


New evidence gathering tool for Cancer Information and Support Services

New tool to help Cancer Information and Support Services (CISS) gather evidence for MQuISS®

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Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression video

A new video to help raise patient awareness of Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression, its symptoms and when to take action.

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MQuISS® Top Tips

Six top tips for getting the best out of MQuISS®.

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The Employer e-learning stack is a collection of related resources, covering everything an employer needs to know about the impact of cancer in the workplace.

Working through a stack provides a wealth of information on a particular topic.


Supporting people affected by cancer

We recommend these resources to widen your knowledge of cancer.

Buddying and befriending

  • Staff
  • Professionals
  • Macmillan Professionals
Living with the impact of cancer

Extend support to people affected by cancer with a befriending scheme within your service or support group.

Macmillan at Work

We can help you prepare for and manage the impact of cancer at work.

Macmillan at Work knows what an important part an employer plays. Our expertise is in workplace training, guidance and resources.

Join Macmillan at Work to gain full access to our support programme. When you sign up with us, you'll receive the following:

  • Our free Essential work and cancer toolkit for employers
  • Regular updates on issues relating to work and cancer via our newsletter.
  • The opportunity to book one of our specialist face to face work and cancer sessions.

Expert training and consultancy

At Macmillan, we know that staying in or returning to work can be hugely positive for anyone living with cancer.

But there will be bumps along the way. Our expert training and consultancy will help you prepare for and manage the impact of cancer at work.

Whatever your needs, we've got an option for you.


More information about work and cancer

Macmillan provides more general information and resources on work and cancer for:

  • Small businesses and self-employed
  • Employees living with cancer and carers