The Globe and Mail: Every organization should have a workplace mental health strategy. The case is clear and compelling.
the Globe and Mail: Which comes first, a mental health issue or an addiction?
United Church Observer: On any given week, half a million Canadians miss work due to a mental health problem. Employers are failing to offer the support they need.
The Globe and Mail: The government works in mysterious ways. The intent behind some of their pension rules is mystifying at best and counterproductive at worst.
The Globe and Mail: If you were worried about your mental health at work and felt it was impacting your effectiveness, what would you do?
The Globe and Mail: Have you ever felt you’re having a difficult time going to work due to your mental health?
Benefits and Pension Monitor News: The Quebec government has delayed, by five years, the decrease in the compensation tax on insurance premiums, thereby depriving plan sponsors of an expected reduction of 0.18 per cent in this tax.
The Globe and Mail: What are your rights as an employee with a mental health issue in the workplace?
The Globe and Mail: How do you go about approving and following up on employees’ training, coaching and development opportunities?
The Globe and Mail: A growing body of research suggests that talk therapy is an excellent front-line treatment, particularly for the two most costly categories of mental illnesses in Canada, anxiety and depression.