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Are you creating balance during a pandemic?

As stated in the CAMH’s Workplace Mental Health Playbook for Business Leaders, an imbalance between work and family life is a strong risk factor for mental illness – it’s been shown to be more detrimental to mental health than work-related stress.

This checklist will help employers focus on balancing their employees’ energy for optimal psychological and physical functioning in their professional and personal lives.

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