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Webinar: Workplace Mental Health Guide – Employer Must Knows

Webinar: Workplace Mental Health Guide – Employer Must Knows

Webinar: Workplace Mental Health Guide – Employer Must Knows

Webinar: Workplace Mental Health Guide – Employer Must Knows

About the Webinar:

Even though Bell Let’s Talk day has passed, it’s crucial to keep the conversation going! Poor employee mental health is one of the greatest challenges facing businesses today. According to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), only 32% of Canadian employees feel their organization’s leaders are addressing mental health in the workplace.

Join MaxPeople for this webinar to learn how to effectively manage mental health in the workplace and acquire the strategies required to create an inclusive environment that can reduce the stigma. Accommodation and return-to-work initiatives will also be discussed.

  • Defining mental health
  • The prevalence and cost of mental health in the workplace
  • How to start the discussion with an employee if mental health challenges are suspected
  • How to implement Supportive Performance Management
  • The employer’s duties in the accommodation of a mental health disability
  • Return to work planning and implementation
  • What your organization can do to foster a positive work environment

Facilitators:

Natasha Boakye-Yiadom , HR Consultant at MaxPeople

Natasha is an HR Consultant with MaxPeople, an HR consulting firm specializing in Human Resources services, training solutions and Employment Law.

Prior to joining the MaxPeople team, Natasha worked across a variety of different industries including Financial Services, Supply Chain, Consulting, and Professional Services. Her diverse experience within a wide range of industries grants her a breadth of knowledge, skills, and perspectives, allowing her to direct her passion in developing value-added insights and solutions that meets client’s needs.

Natasha graduated from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree with Specialization in Human Resources Management. Natasha has a Post Graduate in Human Resources Management from George Brown College and has obtained her HR Professional Certification (CHRP).

Natasha’s determination to meet the needs of her clients coupled with strong communication and interpersonal skills enables for value-added solutions. Natasha has strong collaborative skills and enjoys sharing knowledge and insights with her colleagues and clients.

Nadia Chamberlain, HR Consultant at MaxPeople

Nadia is an HR Consultant at MaxPeople, an HR consulting firm specializing in Human Resources services, training solutions and Employment Law.

Prior to joining MaxPeople, Nadia worked in Client Services where she assisted with onboarding and training new hires. From this role she recognized the value in effectively attracting, engaging and nurturing the right talent at the right time.

Nadia leverages her interpersonal skills with her organizational and problem-solving skills to achieve the best results for the clients she supports. Nadia does not hesitate to take initiative and take on new tasks when supporting the consulting team.

Nadia discovered her passion for working in Human Resources while shadowing the HR Manager in a manufacturing facility. Her curiosity to become an expert in areas such as human potential and organizational behaviour led her to attend Trent University where she obtained an Honours B.A. in Psychology. Following this she earned a post-graduate Certificate in Human Resources Management from Sheridan College. Nadia is also a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) and member with the Human Resources Professional Association.