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Welcome to part two of our December wellness series. 3sHealth will be highlighting resources available to you from Canada Life’s Workplace Strategies for Mental Health website. This website provides tools and resources for workplace mental health and psychological safety.
The best part of Workplace Strategies for Mental Health? It’s credible, evidence-based, free, and available to everyone compliments of Canada Life. Share this wellness series widely with your coworkers, friends, and family!
Did you miss part one introducing the series and looking into burnout? Read that story here.
Resources for employees
Workplace Strategies for Mental Health contains an entire section with resources dedicated to supporting the well-being of employees and their families.
Examples of resources and tools on this page cover topics such as working parents, working from home, and healthy break activities.
The activities on the healthy break activities page are categorized into calming, energizing, and relaxing. Make sure to take a look at the many suggestions under the break category that most interests you.
Did you know? You can subscribe to get regular emails that could help you and your teammates to stay productive, become calmer, and to be more energized. Subscribe to Take Your Break at the bottom of this page.
Your benefits coverage can help you take a break
Another fantastic resource for plan members to help reduce stress and feel better physically is massage therapy. The Extended Health Care Plan provides plan members and their eligible dependents with up to $500 of coverage per person per calendar year.
Sign up for weekly resources
Want some other reminders to help you make mental health and psychological safety a priority? Subscribe to Canada Life’s Workplace Strategies newsletter – it only takes a few minutes to read. It’s sent out every week and focuses on a different, relevant topic each time, such as mental health awareness, leadership strategies, or healthy break activities you can save for inspiration. Subscribe to the newsletter on the home page of Workplace Strategies for Mental Health.
The activities on the healthy break activities page are categorized into calming, energizing, and relaxing.