For many Canadians, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about stress, anxiety and depression. In the midst of job losses, remote working and physical distancing, many individuals are caring for young children and other family members, juggling remote work with home life, and coping with isolation and anxiety.
Many employers are offering mental health supports, but it’s important to recognize the long-term effects individuals will experience after the immediate crisis has passed. What can employers and leaders do now to predict, plan and prepare for the post-pandemic future? How can they best support their employees, teams and themselves in the wake of this crisis?
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A program of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, Openings Minds Canada focuses on bringing evidence-based programs, strategies and standards to workplaces across the country. Committed to providing workers, leaders and employers with the necessary training, tools and resources, our goal is to help create a psychologically healthy and safe organization for all employees.