The Quiet Crisis of Employee Mental Health in Canada: How Employers Can Create a Psychologically Healthy Workplace
Peer ReviewedCanadian Pension and Benefits Institute, Atlantic Division.
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AbstractThis presentation summarizes a new research literature review study of mental health issues in the Canadian workplace. Major points of the presentation include: 1) what prompted the study; 2) key findings of the study and ; 3) what plan sponsors and providers can and should be doing to mitigate the challenges that mental health brings to the workplace.
Table of Contents1. The Problem of Mental Health in the Workplace. 2. The Solution = Key Findings from the Quiet Crisis Report. 3. The Challenge = What Plan Sponsors and Providers Can and Should Do to Mitigate the Challenges that Mental Health Brings to the Workplace. Resources Reports and Organizations. References
CitationAttridge, M., & Thompson, C. (2008, September). The quiet crisis of employee mental health in Canada: How employers can create a psychologically healthy workplace. Presented at the meeting of the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute Atlantic Division, Brudenell/Prince Edward Island, NS, Canada.
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