It's time to talk about #MentalHealth in the workplace again.
By popular demand, Candace Ramirez, Founder of Full Cup Copy, is joining us to re-visit the seemingly taboo topic of mental health in the workplace, and address how managers, supervisors, and culture creators can help build supportive working environments for people with mental health issues.
If you've struggled with mental health issues at work, are looking to support your employees, or build a more #inclusive #WorkEnvironment, this is the chat to join!
Join the conversation tomorrow by calling in *live* ⤵️
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