Lightbulb with mental health and other wellness words

Managing mental health in the workplace can be challenging for all employers. According to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, 70% of employees have concerns with the psychological health and safety of their workplace. COVID-19 has only increased the focus on how to handle mental health challenges among working-aged people and has emphasized the importance of organizational commitment to support employees. With about 30% of all short- and long-term disability claims in Canada resulting from mental health challenges, not to mention the workers’ compensation claims, employers have become far more dedicated to support employee mental health[1]. Fortunately, ReedGroup has several resources available to help support employers and their employees with mental health management in the workplace.

Here are our picks for the top three mental health resources for Canadian employers:

  1. Mental Health Claims in Workers’ Compensation: The Hot Potato Syndrome: Mental health claims are extremely challenging; knowing when to submit to Workers’ Compensation can be even more difficult. Find out what you should be considering when determining how to handle these claims.
  2. Daily Mental Health Tips: Looking for a daily reminder to focus on your mental wellbeing at work? Download ReedGroup’s quick and simple Mental Health Tips. Hang it up in your office or set it as your screensaver to remind you to take care of your mental health on a daily basis.
  3. Mental Health Resources Guide for Canadian Employers: Download a list of free mental health resources for Canadian employers.

If you’re looking for assistance managing claims or to optimize your absence management strategy, ReedGroup has the solutions for you. Check out our offerings here.


Information provided on this blog is intended for general educational use. It is not intended to provide legal advice. ReedGroup does not provide legal services. Consult an attorney for legal advice on this or any other topic.

[1] Mental Health Commission of Canada: Workplace Mental Health