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Learn Successful Implementation Practices from Mental Health at Work® Pros!

Description: Excellence Canada Mental Health at Work® participants share insights from their own experiences as they seek to cultivate psychologically healthy and safe work environments and improve the lives of their employees. Mental Health at Work® has its own certification process through Excellence Canada and its prestigious awards program.

Guest Speakers:

  • Catherine Neville, VP Excellence Canada
  • Chris MacDonald, AVP, Wellness, Absence and Disability Solutions, Group Benefits, Manulife

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