Changing Landscape of Workplace Mental Health in Canada: Implications for EAPs in United States
AbstractThis talk reviews a recent research project that examined the evolution of workplace mental health policies and strategies in Canada.
Table of ContentsThe study focused on the areas of: 1) legal advances; 2) shifts in business priorities; 3) changes in education and training; 4) media trends; and 5) research priorities. Practical implications for EAPs are also discussed.
DescriptionPublished resources on project:
1) BOOK (183 pages) - Baynton, M.A., & Fournier, L. (2017). Evolution of Mental Health in Canada: Toward a Standard for Psychological Health and Safety. The Great-West Life Assurance Company: Frisens. (no cost download): https://www.workplacestrategiesformentalhealth.com/pdf/articles/Evolution_interactive_PDF_en_v3.pdf
2) RESEARCH WHITE PAPER (80 pages) - Samra, J. (2017). The Evolution of Workplace Mental Health in Canada: Research Report (2007-2017). White Paper. Toronto: The Great-West Life Assurance Company. (no cost download): https://www.workplacestrategiesformentalhealth.com/pdf/Evolution_Research_Project_Full_Report__Jan_2017_0.pdf.
3) SUMMARY ARTICLE (4 pages) - Attridge, M., Davidson, D., & Samra, J. (2017). Changing Landscape of Workplace Mental Health in Canada. Journal of Employee Assistance, Q4, pages 30-34. Available to EAPA members.
CitationAttridge, M. (2017, October). Changing Landscape of Workplace Mental Health in Canada: Implications for EAPs in United States. Presented at the meeting of the Upper Midwest Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association. St. Louis Park, MN.
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