Aligned with its commitment to supporting dialogue on current topics of interest, the Ethics Centre is pleased to present this webinar on COVID-19 and Employee Mental Health.
Dr. Chris MacDonald, Director of the Ted Rogers Leadership Centre at Ryerson University, will moderate a conversation focused on the mental health impacts of COVID-19 on the workplace from legal, business, occupational health and academic perspectives.
The conversation will explore:
- The risks companies and individuals are facing and what is being done in response.
- The direction that labour/employment law is taking and associated potential long term implications.
- What employers can do to support employees in this new environment?
- Will any changes in the business landscape be temporary or longer lasting?
- Dr Pnina Alon-Shenker
Associate Professor, Dept. of Law and Business, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
- Dr Ash Bender
Occupational Psychiatrist, Medical Consultant (Work, Stress and Health Program), CAMH
- Kate McNeill-Keller
Partner, Labour & Employment Law, McCarthy Tétrault
- Scott Milligan
Chief Operating Officer, Morneau Shepell
A confirmation email will be sent upon registration. Please keep this email for the link to the webinar. In the e-mail, you can also create an entry for the calendar app of your choice which will include the link to join the webinar.