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Psychosocial environment Physical Environment Personal Health Practices

 

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Psychosocial Environment

Psychosocial environment refers to the culture and climate of the workplace.  Examples of the psychosocial environment of a workplace include respect for work-life balance, mechanisms to recognize and reward good performance, valuing employee wellness, encourage employee feedback about organizational practices, zero tolerance for harassment, bullying and discrimination, ensuring employee psychological safety and health.  



Technology for Workplace Innovation

Guarding Minds @ Work- a free, evidence-based strategy that helps employers protect and promote psychological safety and health in their workplace. 

For Health Care Professionals - These resources have been collected for use by health care professionals in a variety of settings and sectors, to help create a healthy work environment and support a positive culture.