Labour Matters 14 - Mental Health at work

Episode 14 June 06, 2022
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Show Notes

This week on Labour Matters, Professor Dwayne Devonish of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, joins Michelle M. Russell to talk about mental health and the workplace.

They discuss the difference between mental health and mental illness, what is a mental health crisis, how mental health affects work and vice versa, how to spot a mental health crisis, burnout and the legislation governing mental health. 

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