Respectful and Inclusive Workplace
Inclusion is complex: it can vary from gender inclusion, to disability inclusion, LGBTQ2 inclusion and racial equity and inclusion, among others and the link between these different factors, or intersectionality, can also contribute to this complexity. Inclusion evolves over time to reflect a changing population and technologies. The Respectful and Inclusive Workplace learning sector is dedicated to creating and disseminating learning content on inclusion, by supporting public servants with inclusion-centered learning opportunities such as gender-based analysis+, unconscious bias (as part of anti-discrimination learning), disability inclusion training, LGBTQ2 ambassador/ally training, mental health and occupational health and safety training, among others. Such learning opportunities allow the Government of Canada to reflect Canada’s diverse population and changing needs in Government programs and services. Collectively, this learning is meant to equip public servants with the knowledge and tools to design, develop and deliver more inclusive programs for Canadians.
Managing Your Mental Health
Members of the Federal Speakers' Bureau on Healthy Workplaces offer their lived experience and tips for managing your mental health.
You Are Not Alone
Video 3 mins
Members of the Federal Speakers' Bureau on Healthy Workplaces discuss the benefits of talking openly about mental health and the importance of reaching out for help.
Course 30 mins
This online self-paced course introduces the complex issue of mental health in the workplace, and explains why it is so important.
Course 1 hour
This course is designed as a basic introduction to GBA+. You will learn to define the key concepts of GBA+ and recognize how various identity factors can influence the experience of federal government initiatives.
Mental Health Job
Aids for Managers
Job Aid Self-Paced
13 Mental Health Job Aids for Managers that will assist them in addressing psychosocial risks and create a psychologically healthy workplace for their employees.
Dr. Tannenbaum GBA+ Micro-Learning Video Series
Video 4 mins
This GBA+ video series features Dr. Cara Tannenbaum from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and uses various examples to demonstrate the importance of GBA+ when developing policy. It highlights the benefits of doing a GBA+ as well as the potential dangers or consequences when not doing one.