Sharing Research on Work/Life, Mental Health, and Addictions with Employers
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AbstractThis presentation describes the creation of a series of business-style reports that review research literature findings on major aspects of work-life balance, mental health and addiction issues in the Canadian workplace. Major points of the presentation include: 1) What prompted this program of work; 2) Overview of the three business-style reports; 3) Implications for others.
Table of Contents1) What prompted this program of work; 2) Overview of the three business-style reports: 2a = 2007 "Under Pressure" Report on work/life issues, 2b = 2008 "A Quiet Crisis" Report on mental health issues, 2c = 2009 "Hidden Hazards" Report on addictions, 3) Implications for others and employer case example.
Description20 Slides. Presented at the 4th Annual Canadian Conference for Research on Mental Health and Addiction in the Workplace.
CitationAttridge, M., & Plotkin, J. (2009, October). Sharing research on work/life, mental health, and addictions with employers. Presented at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)’s 4th Annual Canadian Conference for Research and Addiction in the Workplace, Toronto, ON, Canada.
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