Majorities of Canadians who are Black (54%) or Indigenous (53%) have personally experienced discrimination due to race or ethnicity from time to time, if not regularly, in the workplace.” – Race Relations in Canada 2019 Survey by EnvironicsCanada .
It’s 2020 and we are far away from an equitable and inclusive workplace. Can we aim for Wellness Equity as we continue the work? Our mission is to put an end to the lack of racially and culturally relevant offerings in the workplace
“If we’re going to carry the load of exclusion – why not help us carry it differently?”
Inclusive leadership and fulfillment in life is a social process that requires psychological safety, emotional intelligence, flourishing of the whole self – first on the individual level, then on the team level which influences and impacts overall workplace culture and engagement.
The WEll-BEING Playbook will also feature personalized wellness plans and evidence-based research by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color that focuses on the importance of optimum health and the fundamental need for inclusion.
This digital resource will also foster a shared network of users, who can share and provide insight on their personal wellness journeys.