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Media Advisory - Morneau Shepell brings business and industry leaders together to discuss workplace mental health
Mental Health / Canada

Media Advisory - Morneau Shepell brings business and industry leaders together to discuss workplace mental health

TORONTO, Feb. 7, 2013 /CNW/ - Mental health has a significant impact on every workplace. The impact is seen in absenteeism, productivity, engagement and ultimately, the bottom line. The role of the workplace in mental health is also becoming clearer. On January 16, 2013, The National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety was released. It provided a framework to reduce risks and potential liability related to workplace mental health, and to promote a mentally healthy workplace.

On February 11 and 12, Morneau Shepell will host Employers Connect - a gathering of leaders from Canadian business and industry - in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. The Toronto event is being held at the Trump International Hotel & Tower, 325 Bay Street. Those present will discuss practical actions organizations can take, the implications for business, and solutions. Media are welcome to attend the breakfast meeting on Tuesday, February 12, as follows:

Tuesday, February 12

Breakfast meeting in Salon 3 from 8.30-10 a.m. Speakers are Paula Allen of Morneau Shepell, Angie Harrop of Bell Canada, and Deanna Matzanke of Scotiabank.

WHAT:      Employers Connect breakfast meeting
       
WHERE:      Trump International Hotel & Tower, Salon 3
      325 Bay Street, Toronto
       
WHEN:      Tuesday, February 12, 2013
      8.30-10 a.m.

 

SOURCE: Morneau Shepell Ltd.

For further information:

For more information and to pre-register, please RSVP:

Cathren Ronberg
Director of Corporate Communications
Morneau Shepell
cronberg@morneaushepell.com