In mid-August the Telegraph reported the publication of draft proposals by the European Parliament on restructuring and redundancies, including a requirement for employers to measure the “psycho-social health” of employees and, where there is a significant deterioration in an employee’s mental health, the provision of training and other assistance.  The proposals are at a very early stage and have not been considered by the Parliament as yet, let alone garnering the support of the EU Commission or Council of Ministers; they seem unlikely to become law, at least not any time soon.