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Workplace Mental Health: The duty and benefits of accommodating employees with disabilities

Description: This webinar will discuss what employers need to know and do to support their employees in realizing their potential and contributing to their workplace and the broader community.

Guest Speakers:

  • Muneeza Sheikh, Partner, Levitt LLP
  • Sal Cavaricci, Director of the Mental Stress Injuries Programs, WSIB
  • Jenny Winter, Vice President, Human Resources, CGI

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