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Living with depression or burnout: Specificities of diagnostics and issues for workers and employers

Description: This webinar will discuss depression and burnout in the workplace. Participants will learn about:

  • The rise in absences from work due to depression or burnout in Québec and Canada
  • Past and present: Suffering because of work – physical and mental overexertion
  • Reining in the growing impact of work – worker and employer-led initiatives
  • Stigma when returning to work after taking time off to deal with depression or burnout

Guest Speaker:

  • Laurie Kirouac, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Sherbrooke, and Researcher at the Centre d’action en prevention et réadaptation de l’incapacité au travail

This webinar was presented in partnership with Groupe entreprises en santé (GES) as part of a French webinar series on mental health in the workplace.

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