An effective workplace plan includes specific and measurable solutions to workplace issues such as performance, working relationships or accommodation. This process can also be used for return to work planning, especially where mental health is a factor.

Consider past, current and potential issues to help you prepare for the effective development of a workplace plan. 
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A framework to develop a workplace plan that's focused on practical and sustainable solutions.
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By improving our own comfort and effectiveness in resolving workplace issues, we can improve psychological health and safety for all.
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A workplace plan can be a foundation for solving most workplace issues. Once you know how to develop a basic workplace plan, you can use it to help you in Responding to Issues such as:

For many more topics, please see Responding to Issues.

When employees are struggling with mental health issues, you may be concerned about invading privacy or being seen as harassing. Providing employees with information about resources or coping strategies can be helpful.
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By increasing the ability to anticipate challenges resolve issues, and sustain a supportive team environment, we can better withstand obstacles such as conflict, bullying, high demands, low control, pressure related to work-life balance, or even violence.
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