Combating Stigma and Misconceptions About Mental Health

If you’re less willing to talk about mental health at work, you’re not alone. Most employees don’t think twice about mentioning a doctor’s or dentist’s appointment. Yet, they may hesitate before revealing that they go to therapy or have been diagnosed with a mental...

A Managers Guide to Dealing with Abusive Behavior

Experiencing conflict because of a disagreement or differences in working styles is normal and can even inspire healthy dialogue, problem-solving, and understanding. However, if conflict turns into workplace bullying or abuse, you have a problem.  Workplace...

Bystander Intervention

You’ve seen or heard something inappropriate in your workplace, but what do you do about it? You feel uncomfortable and you don’t want to cause trouble. You’re not sure what to do and question if you can help at all. In this micro course, you’ll get...

Recognizing the Signs of Employee Substance Abuse at Work

You think a coworker is struggling with substance abuse. What do you do? Who do you tell? You don’t want to get them in trouble, but you know they need help.  In this micro course, we learn what substance abuse is, how to recognize signs of it, and how to...

Raising Awareness Supporting Co-workers with Mental Disorders

It’s hard to know what to do when you sense that a co-worker is struggling. On the one hand, you don’t want to make assumptions or pry into their personal life. On the other, you want to do what you can to provide support.   Although you shouldn’t bear the...