Healthy Brains at Work: Creating the Conditions for Healthy Brains in the Workplace

The Conference Board of Canada, 50 pages, November 28, 2017
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This final briefing in the series explores the conditions that support addressing mental health and illness in the workplace and presents a scenario where mental health supports are optimized among working Canadians.

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The Healthy Brains at Work research series explores the employer role in addressing mental health and mental illness in the workplace. This fourth and final briefing of the series builds on previous findings and insights shared through the project’s advisory committee. It examines the conditions that support addressing mental health and illness in the workplace and presents a scenario where mental health supports are optimized among working Canadians.

Specifically, the briefing highlights key findings from the research series to date; explores the conditions that support healthy brains in the workplace and the opportunities and challenges in creating these conditions; considers the potential economic impacts by age cohorts, and whether modest progress toward these conditions is achieved; and discusses the implications of these findings for key stakeholders.

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