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Social Stigma in the Workplace During Covid-19

Disruption in the Workplace, Leadership, Occupational Health & Safety
Free 1.5 hr
January 27, 2021
This webinar aims to address the negative stigmas that have arisen during Covid-19 and the impact on worker wellbeing.

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As the pandemic continues to present unprecedented challenges in the workplace, it is important for employers to prioritize employee well-being. During this webinar our panelists will discuss social stigma in the workplace during COVID-19 and the negative impact it can have on employee well-being and performance.

The aim of this webinar is to provide attendees with a better understanding of some of the factors that can cause employees to experience stigma in the workplace, how to recognize when an employee is suffering, and what both employers and co-workers can do to help reduce the risk it is occurring, particularly while working remotely.

Learning Outcomes

What is workplace stigma
What are some of the causes of workplace stigma and how to recognize them
What are the impacts on employee well-being and performance 4. What can employers and co-workers do to help reduce the risk of workplace stigma occurring


Andrew Szeto
Dr. Andrew Szeto is currently the Director of the Campus Mental Health Strategy and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Calgary. He is also a Principal Investigator at the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
Liz Horvath
Liz currently leads the Workplace Mental Health program at the Mental Health Commission of Canada, where she helps organizations implement workplace mental health strategies that align with the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.

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