Information for employees, employers and workplaces dealing with cancer
Key questions about cancer and work
Find answers to common questions about cancer and work.
Managing your working life after diagnosis
Provides an overview of how cancer will affect your ability to work.
Making decisions about work and cancer
Explore reasons to work, what to consider when making a decision about working and employment options during treatment and recovery.
Working during cancer treatment and recovery
Find a balance with work and cancer through flexible working arrangements, accessing your leave entitlements, returning to work plans and employee rights.
Coping with treatment side effects at work
Discover ways to manage and control treatment side effects by making adjustments to your work schedule and environment.
Changing jobs during and after cancer treatment
Information and tips for finding a new job, telling a potential employer about your cancer and concerns about discrimination.
Self-employment and cancer
Information and tips for the business owner, freelancer, contractor, farmer or entrepreneur on making decisions about working, financial issues and talking to clients about cancer.
Information for working carers and balancing caring duties with work responsibilities with the needs of caring duties.
Information about your rights and responsibilities in the workplace.
Employer and workplace resources
Workplace fact sheets
A series of 10 Workplace Fact Sheets developed to assist managers and human resources professionals to provide a supportive and fair work environment.
Raise awareness of cancer support within the workplace. A free service for cancer patients, their families, friends and colleagues
Workplace webinar library
Watch recorded webinars providing information and strategies about personal and workplace issues
13 11 20 Cancer Information and Support
A confidential service where you can speak or email a specialist health professional about anything to do with cancer.
Call us on 13 11 20 | Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, or leave a message and one of our specialist health professionals will contact you on the next business day.
A Translator service is available for languages other than English. Call: 13 14 50.
Cancer Council Information Service
Information and support available within hospitals and treatment centres around NSW.