Workplace Wellness Program Ideas
Many organizations provide free and credible resources to help you plan workplace wellness activities. We have highlighted some of them here to help you develop and deliver a cost-effective program for your employees.
Themes and Ideas
Coronavirus is at the forefront of many of our minds. Anxiety is increasing amongst individuals and workplaces alike due to the uncertainty about how far it will spread. MyWorkplaceHealth has developed a series of videos and blogs on this topic that include the risks, talking to your children, and managing anxiety around Coronavirus.
If you're a post-secondary institution that wants to learn more or is interested in applying to be part of Mindful Campus, you can do so by May 8, 2019.
In its second year, this initiative supports post-secondary institutions to provide learning opportunities that support the mental health of students, staff, and faculty.
The program highlights two resources from Workplace Strategies for Mental Health, both focused on helping build resilience and developing a plan to get through potentially stressful situations.
After a decade, Workplace Strategies for Mental Health caught up with the individuals who shared their real-life stories about mental illness at work in the Working Through It videos.
Find out where and how they are today and learn from some new faces and stories in the sequel to the original series. You’ll be both informed and inspired.
The National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace - Legal Developments between 2013 and 2019
The law is increasingly holding employers responsible for protecting the psychological safety of employees. This includes employees who have mental illnesses such as depression or anxiety. Dr. Martin Shain share insights in his new report, The National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace - Legal Developments between 2013 and 2019.
Thursday, April 16, 2020
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