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MCC & WCB Return to Work Conference: Return to Work & Mental Health

7:30 AM - 1:30 PM
October 2, 2019

Return to Work & Mental Health

Back by popular demand, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce and the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba are back with an all-new Return to Work Conference following the successful “How to Build a Culture of Return to Work” Conference in 2017.This year’s conference “Return to Work & Mental Health” focuses on everything from the mental health aspects of Return to Work to the financial benefits of Return to Work to the importance of building a culture of Return to Work. The event will also explore Mental Health as it relates to Prevention and First Aid; and discuss actual medical scenarios.

Are you an employer, Safety or Human Resources professional? Do you know how to accommodate an employee who is returning from work after a long absence and is dealing with mental health challenges? Absences due to disability, illness and/or mental health issues are among the most challenging human resource situations facing employers today.

The MCC, together with the WCB, is proud to present a half day conference with keynote speakers and a Q&A panel discussion made up of stakeholders focused on specific areas of Return to Work and Mental Health.

Conference Rates
Standard Rate: $125 per person
CPHR Member Rate: $105 per person
All rates are subject to GST (5%).  To receive GST exempt pricing, please provide a valid GST number during registration.
Event Details
Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Time:7:30am to 1:30pm
Venue:Fort Garry Place, Grand Ballroom, 85 Garry St, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 4J9
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Johnston Group
Canadian National Railway

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Chambers Executives of Manitoba
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