Promote a psychologically safe workplace
A psychologically safe workplace is often dependent on effective leadership. Use these resources to help increase your effectiveness.
Use this series of presentations to facilitate discussions related to improving psychological health and safety with your team.
Practical policies and prevention strategies that eliminate or mitigate risks.
Addressing Domestic Violence
Bereavement Leave Policy
Building Emotional Intelligence
Framework to Help Eliminate Stigma Impairment Policy
Inclusivity and Discrimination
Peer Support Programs
Preventing Chronic Mental Stress
A Certified Human Resources Professional provides suggestions to help minimize the psychological risk to various workplace stakeholders during the termination of an employee.
Following are approaches for assessing and improving leadership skills to help prevent psychological harm, promote psychological health of employees, and address problems related to psychological health and safety.
Assess your leadership approaches as they relate to the requirements of the National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace and evidence showing that employees who work for psychologically safe leaders are more likely to report higher job satisfaction and engagement, better workplace relationships, and better psychological well-being.
Manage and support employees with mental illness
The following information and strategies can help support success when mental health is a factor for employees who are at work, away from work, or returning to work.
When accommodation is done well, it can help an employee remain a productive and contributing member of the work team.
The Duty to Accommodate
Supporting Employee Success - A Tool to Plan Accommodations
Respond to workplace issues
What follows are credible and action-oriented guidelines to help your organization develop your responses to more challenging workplace issues.
Employees Who are Caregivers
Harassment and Bullying
Helping Employees Manage Change
Impairment and Substance Use
Leadership Crisis Response
Mental Health First Aid
Sector Specific Strategies
Supportive Performance Management