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Building a Psychologically Healthy Workplace

Description: Mental illness is the leading cause of workplace disability in Canada. As a champion employer for workplace mental health, Bell Canada is committed to leading by example in their workplace – as early adopters of the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.

Join Bell Canada, to gain deeper insight on how the Standard can be leveraged to build a psychologically healthy work environment. Bell has worked with corporate Canada and the healthcare community to develop and adopt mental health best practices in the workplace.

Hear how Bell Canada is:

  • Creating awareness to reduce stigma and engage employees
  • Offering mental health training for all employees, including the tailored Workplace Mental Health LeadershipTM certificate program
  • Applying principles of psychological health to their annual employee survey
  • Using metrics to measure and track progress and drive continuous improvement

Guest Speakers:
Marie-Helene Favreau, Director Workplace Health, Disability Management and Workplace Practices, Bell Canada

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