The Business Case

Why Mental Health Matters

A strong link can be drawn between an unhealthy workplace, work-related stress, and workplace practices take their toll, leading to a host of outcomes, including mental illness such as depression.

Good Health Linked to Good Business

It is evident that escalating health care costs, increasing levels of injury and in the level of support services available to staff.

Investing in a mentally healthy workforce is good for business. When employees receive effective treatment for mental illnesses, the result is lower total medical costs, increased productivity, lower absenteeism and decreased disability costs.

Create a Psychologically Safe and Healthy Workplace

Good business is often equated with a solid bottom line. Keeping staff healthy, productive and engaged is one of the most critical challenges for employers, yet the fact remains clear; good health leads to good business.

Canadian and address, including

  1. Psycholgical Support
  2. Organizational Culture
  3. Clear Leadership and Expectations
  4. Civility and Respect
  5. Psychological Job Fit
  6. Growth and Development
  7. Recognition and Reward
  8. Involvement and Influence
  9. Workload Management
  10. Engagement
  11. Balance
  12. Psychological Protection

We’re Here to Help

One of the most effective ways to improve the health and improve your bottom line is to create a comprehensive plan.

A comprehensive company plan can tackle the three factors that ensure you have a healthy workplace – physical environment, organization, and employee resources.

At the Canadian Mental Health Association, we can help you today by providing the direction, support and your staff. Contact us for your free organizational consult.

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