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Category: Case Studies

Case Study: Toronto Education Workers Local 4400

Toronto Education Workers Local 4400 (TEW) is made up of approximately 17,000 education workers working primarily within the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). TEW is also home to childcare workers from various childcare centres and caretakers from Viamonde French Board, representing over 400 job classifications and over 1,000 worksites

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Case Study: nabs

Founded in 1983 in Canada, nabs is a unique charity specifically designed to support the health and well-being of all individuals in the media, marketing, and communications industry in Canada.

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Case Study: The Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs

The OAFC introduced The Working Mind First Responders (TWMFR) program, which is designed to promote mental health and wellness while reducing the stigma around mental illness in first-responder settings. Individuals who take the training learn how to improve their short- and long-term mental health outcomes and reduce barriers to care.

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Case Study: WestJet

In 2021, WestJet teamed up with the Mental Health Commission of Canada to introduce The Working Mind (TWM) to their leaders. TWM is an evidence-based program designed to promote mental health and reduce the stigma around mental illness in the workplace.

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Case Study: Loblaws

In 2018, Loblaw started working on being more proactive by providing store managers with the tools they need to respond to mental health crises in the workplace.

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Case Study: ATB Financial

In 2012, ATB noticed an increase in employee claims related to mental health. In order to ensure the overall well-being of their employees, they began looking deeper into wellness in general, with a particular focus on physical, mental, and women’s health. This led ATB to develop a comprehensive wellness strategy, including a cohesive mental health strategy.

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Case Study: Ikea

“Since the completion of the training, we are now seeing our units being more proactive in initiating discussions and understanding what community resources are available to further support our co-workers.”

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Case Study: Husky Energy

There’s education and increased awareness about various mental health conditions, such as depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders, and how to talk about them in a language based on the Mental Health Continuum spanning from healthy to injured mental wellness.

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Case Study: Hydro One

Hydro One is Ontario’s largest electricity transmission and distribution provider, with approximately 1.4 million customers and approximately 8,700 skilled and dedicated employees.

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