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Chairman Reaching Out

CHAIRMAN REACHING OUT

The aim of the 'Chairman Reaching Out Line' / chat service is to help employees deal with stress, anxiety and job security that can be induced by working during this time of the global pandemic. The Chairman seeks to help employees in this current crisis, by supportively engaging with employees in an empathic, collaborative, and empowering process. He seeks to provide coping strategies for the current crisis, suggestions for online resources/information, open pathways for long-term solutions to underlying issues or preventative measures and focus specific next steps the employee can take to follow up on after chatting with him. Note that chat information may be stored for future reference in aiding to support the employee with relief efforts.

ACCESSING THE CHAT

Step 1: Click the link   or chat icon at the right.

Step 2: Complete the pre-chat questions. You must provide your name, email address and contact information.

ABOUT THE SERVICE

  • Confidential one-to-one chat with the Chairman
  • Real time chat technology
  • Short-term support for employees who are overwhelmed and difficulty coping with the current pandemic.

ONLINE RESOURCE FOR MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT

Click links below to undergo a free mental health assessment and guidelines on how to cope with stress and anxiety during COVID-19

  1. Black Dog Institute Online Clinic: https://onlineclinic.blackdoginstitute.org.au/?s=covid-19
  2. Camh Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic: https://www.camh.ca/en/health-info/mental-health-and-covid-19

FAQ

What is COVID-19?
Covid-19 is an infection caused by a coronavirus related to the common cold virus. Those affected by COVID-19 can exhibit symptoms ranging from mild to severe, similar to the cold and flu, such as fever, cough and difficulty breathing. They can also experience nausea and diarrhea. In some cases, those who have COVID-19 may show no symptoms.

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