The Globe and Mail: Have you or a loved one been faced with the question, “Should I take a medication to treat my mental health issue?”
The Globe and Mail: The term mental health problem or illness can be confused with the concept of mental health; however, they are different.
The Globe and Mail: What is the experience of the average working Canadian with a mental health issue?
Bloomberg BNA: Millennial employees may suffer from depression more than any other generation in the workforce, and companies will need to prioritize mental health resources as they become the largest population of employees.
Mississauga.com: Research suggests younger generations lack the necessary supports to deal with the pace of change in the workforce
The Globe and Mail: When Morneau Shepell vice-president Paula Allen set out to research the link between organizational change and absenteeism, she thought the big events might have the most profound impact on employees.
Our annual Trends in Human Resources survey canvasses Canadian employers on what they are planning for the coming year and asks HR Leaders about the opportunities and challenges they face in improving employee health, engagement and productivity.
Lawyer Monthly: Two thirds of Canadian employees have experienced an organizational change at their current workplace; among them 40% say it negatively affected their health and well-being.
Yahoo Finance: Employees experience a negative impact to their mental health when organizational changes take place.
Legal Feeds: The new Juror Support Program was revealed at the John Sopinka Courthouse in Hamilton, Ontario.