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Can Suicide Be Considered “Work Related?”…..Of Course It Can

In August of last year, a Saskatchewan man took his own life.  That event in itself is a tragedy, but learning that it was attributed, in part, to his workplace, makes it all the more tragic.  The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board made a ground-breaking decision when they said there was sufficient information to attribute his […]

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Bottom Line 2018 – Navigating the New Workplace: We All Have a Part

The Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) annual National Bottom Line Conference brings together business leaders, policy-makers, researchers, and workers to improve mental health in Canadian workplaces. For 15 years, the Bottom Line Conference has been bringing together a rich community of business leaders & workers, union representatives, policy makers and researchers to share their expertise […]

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2018 Workshop – Managers Leading Mentally Healthy Workplaces

The Service and Hospitality Safety Association is pleased to partner with the Conference Board of Canada to present the 2018 workshop series Managers Leading Mentally Healthy Workplaces. Is your organization ready to address mental health in the workplace? Poor mental health and mental illness are driving increasing costs associated with employer-sponsored drug plans, intermittent absences, […]

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