On-Demand Webcast: Managing Mental Health in the Workplace


Date and Time

Starts:03/27/2017 12:00 AM

Ends:03/27/2056 11:30 PM

1 Hour Hour(s)

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HRPA Members:
Complimentary
Non-Members:
$65 + Taxes
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In any given year, one in every five Canadians will experience a mental health issue. That represents a huge proportion of your employees – and you may not even know it.

The costs of workforce mental health issues, whether through absenteeism, presenteeism or increased benefit costs, can be significant if employers don't take measures to mitigate the issue.

This webinar will present strategies to help you better manage employees struggling with mental health issues at work and will equip  you with pro-active tools for your tool box that focus on complex communication & stay-at-work strategies avoiding a disability claim or recurring intermittent absences.


Learning objectives:

  • Review the prevalence and cost of mental health claims
  • Learn to recognize and manage mental health problems in the workplace
  • Learn key communication strategies or phrases to engage employees with mental health issues in a supportive discussion.
  • Understand how stay-at-work accommodations are a win-win for all involved

 

Who should attend?

Front-line managers and HR advisors faced with managing mental health in the workplace.​


Speaker bio(s)
Stephanie Clement

Stephanie Clement has been actively involved in the field of rehabilitation, health management and vocational counseling for the past 23 years. Trained as a vocational counselor, Stephanie has worked with a wide range of disabilities. The focus of her practice has always been proactive return to work when return to own occupation has not been possible. Stephanie’s experience has led her to become active as a coach and trainer, while gaining knew competencies through continuous education. Trained in motivational interviewing in 2012, Stephanie has integrated these skills into her coaching and mentoring practice.