Burnout is a serious risk to Canadian employees

A national survey reveals more than one third of working Canadians – and 66% of nurses – are reporting burnout. Workplace Strategies tools and resources can help you and your employer reduce the risk of burnout in the workplace.

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Stay present when emotions run high

As a manager, you’re on the front lines when it comes to working with people. Because we’re all human, this means being supportive and responding in appropriate ways when people get emotional.

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Showing support for a colleague who’s struggling

Learn how to see the signs someone’s struggling and get some tips for how you can reach out, respond and show support.

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When your colleague is struggling with their mental health

Don’t know what to say when a friend or colleague is experiencing mental health issues? Try these tips for how to reach out, respond and refer them to resources, while also taking care of your own mental health.

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Conversations with impact

Sarah Jenner, Mindful Employer Canada and our own Mary Ann Baynton invite guests to discuss controversial topics of interest. All proceeds go to charity. Register at Mindful Employer

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Most Canadian leaders say they practice strategies to support their employees' mental health

Among more than 1,200 leaders recently surveyed by Workplace Strategies and the Mental Health Research Canada, most rated themselves highly for psychologically safe leadership. They also know thereroom for improvement.

Learn more about Psychologically Safe Leader survey results