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Mental Health: Recognizing and Addressing Human Resource Issues

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Enrol in Mental Health: Recognizing and Addressing Human Resource Issues

Course Code: MGMT283

According to the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), one in two Canadians by the time they reach 40 years of age, have - or have had - a mental illness. This has a significant impact on employers and implications for the workplace. This one-day session provides an overview of the cost to organizations of NOT addressing mental health issues amongst their employees. Participants will learn what barriers exist in many organizations and how the workplace policies can be modified to better reflect current employee needs. Additional take-aways include: Learning to recognize first signs of potential mental health problems, understanding human resource legislation and employer/employee rights/obligations with regards to mental health matters, and how to address situations at work with tact and sensitivity when mental health challenges may be present.



Attend this course in person

Instructor:
  • Sabine Fischer

Tuesday (9:00am - 4:00pm)

Instructor:
  • Sabine Fischer

Monday (9:00am - 4:00pm)


Continuing Education & Corporate Training Office

(705) 749-5530 ext. 1502
1-888-269-6929

coned@flemingcollege.ca