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An Ethical Approach to Mental Health Issues at Work


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2.00 Credits

Member Price $89.00

Non-Member Price $139.00


In the past talking about mental issues in the workplace was taboo. Not anymore!!! So many of us suffer with mental health issues at some point in our lives. Poor mental health impacts, from a work perspective, productivity, absenteeism, retention and more. On a personal level it often causes personal distress and hopelessness. The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) is addressing mental illness as a critical factor for the wellbeing of organizations. Additionally, the EEOC is cracking down on mental health discrimination. It is a very important topic for any functional business! This ethics-based webinar will bring awareness to this issue and offer suggestions on managing mental health issues in ethical, compassionate and healthy ways. It will offer suggestions on managing mental health issues for leaders, managers and all staff to create and environment of safety and belonging. This webinar will also address the topic of suicide talking about warning signs and resources. This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.

  • Course Instructor: Robbie Glantz and Jennifer Sullivan
  • Highlights

    The major topics covered in this class include:

    • Virtue Ethics and Mental Health
    • Definition, Myths and Bias of Mental Health
    • Suicide: Facts and Resources
    • Recognizing signs of potential mental health challenges
    • Empathy and Listening
    • Mental Health and Generational Expectations
    • Becoming a Mental Health Ally



    Designed For

    HR staff, hiring managers, or any business leader interested in retaining talent.


    After attending this presentation, you will be able to...

    • Recognize mental health challenges and the impact they have on the workplace.
    • Analyze the legal aspects of mental health challenges in the workplace.
    • Assess ongoing support to self and others.




    This course is provided by a third-party vendor. Please note that login instructions will not be available in the ‘My Upcoming CPE’ section of the NESCPA website. Instead, the login instructions will be sent directly to you via email by CPA Crossings. Upon completing the course, your hours will be recorded in the ‘My CPE Tracker’ section of the NESCPA website.

    Non-Member Price $139.00

    Member Price $89.00