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Information for Employers

By: Gillian Joseph

a) On Workplace Stress:]

Catenacci, C. (2008). Work stress and job performance. Canadian Payroll and Employment News, February, 2008

Workforce Management, March 11, 2008. Verbal abuse as a workforce strategy

Alberta Learning Information Service, 2007. Grieving in the workplace. Coping with Loss

Cubic health Inc., 2007. Assessing mental health in the workplace using drug claims data. Phase I: General context and comorbidities with depression

Jansen, I. & A. Björklund, 2007. The experience of returning to work


Rulz, G., 2007. Role of workplace stress in turnover undervalued. Workforce Management, November 16, 2007. 


Wright, J., 2007 - Ipsos-Reid Report: Mental health in the Canadian workplace.


Shields, M., 2006. Stress and depression in the employed population. Statistics Canada. 


b) On Returning to Work After Stress Leave:

Quinn, J. (2008). Stress Management - why bother? Kennis

Holmgren, K. (2008). Work-related Stress in Women: Assessment, Prevalence and Return to Work. University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Howard, G. (2008). Sick leave diagnosis: open communications a healthy prescription for employers. Business in Vancouver Daily News, January 18, 2008. 

Blank, L. et. al., 2008. A systematic review of the factors which predict return to work for people suffering episodes of poor mental health.

Foundation for Research into Injury and Illness in the Workplace Inc., 2007. The return to work knowledge base

Fox News, October 2007. People who experience chronic job strain after a first heart attack double their risk of suffering from a second one, according to new research from the Université Laval’s Faculty of Medicine. 

Mental Health Works. Returning to Work - Realistically