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[http://devrylaw.ca/] At Devry Smith Frank LLP’s Human Resource Seminar, Toronto employment lawyer Tara Dubrow covers important topics in relation to dealing with mental illness and noticing mental illness signs in the workplace.

We want to do the right thing when it comes to the treatment of employees, but mental illness makes things tricky. But failing to act on mental health illness in the workplace has serious effects on the whole work environment for everyone.

Mental health warning signs include:
– Normally energetic, results-employee starts acting anything but
– Attitude adjustments
– Loss of efforts and interest
– Difficult home life
– Trouble meeting performance targets
– Emotional outburst
– Substance abuse

Dubrow covers all of these important topics and more regarding mental illness signs in the workplace.

Our law offices are easily located in the Lawrence and Don Mills location of Toronto and we have plenty of free parking.

Devry Smith Frank LLP
95 Barber Greene Road #100
Toronto, ON M3C 3E9
(416) 449-1400
http://www.devrylaw.ca

To view other Ontario law videos regarding employment law and other practice areas, please visit our media page at http://www.devrylaw.ca/media-page/.

For further information or assistance in regards to mental illness or other issues related to employment law, please contact one of our Toronto employment lawyers or Tara Dubrow at http://www.devrylaw.ca/meet-our-team/.

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