1. Organizational Culture • A work environment characterized by the shared values of trust, honest and fairness. 2. Psychological and Social Supports • A work environment where the organization is supportive of employees’ psychological health concerns and provides assistance as needed. 3. Clear Leadership and Expectations • A work environment where there is effective leadership and support so that employees know what they need to do, have confidence in their leaders and understand impending 4. Civility and Respect • A work environment where employees are respectful and considerate in their interactions with one another, as well as with customers, clients and the public. 5. Psychological Demands (Psychological Competencies and Demands) A work environment where there is a good fit between employees’ interpersonal and emotional competencies, their job skill, and the position they hold. 6. Growth and Development • A work environment where employees receive encouragement and support in the development of their interpersonal, emotional and job skills. 7. Recognition and Reward • A work environment where there is appropriate acknowledgement and appreciation of employees’ efforts in a fair and timely manner. 8. Involvement and Influence • A work environment where employees are included in discussions about how their work is done and have input into decision that impact their job. • Ask yourself the following questions. 9. Workload Management • A work environment where assigned tasks and responsibilities can be accomplished successfully within the time available. 10. Engagement • A work environment where employees feel connected to their work, co-workers and their organization and are motivated to do their job well. 11. Balance • A work environment where this is recognition of the need for employees to be able to manage the demands of work, family and personal life 12. Psychological Protection • A work environment where employees’ psychological safety is ensured. 13. Protection of Physical Safety • A works environment where management takes appropriate action to address physical hazards in order to protect the psychological health and safety of workers.

1. Organizational Culture • A work environment characterized by the shared values of trust, honest and fairness. 2. Psychological and Social Supports • A work environment where the organization is supportive of employees’ psychological health concerns and provides assistance as needed. 3. Clear Leadership and Expectations • A work environment where there is effective leadership and support so that employees know what they need to do, have confidence in their leaders and understand impending 4. Civility and Respect • A work environment where employees are respectful and considerate in their interactions with one another, as well as with customers, clients and the public. 5. Psychological Demands (Psychological Competencies and Demands) A work environment where there is a good fit between employees’ interpersonal and emotional competencies, their job skill, and the position they hold. 6. Growth and Development • A work environment where employees receive encouragement and support in the development of their interpersonal, emotional and job skills. 7. Recognition and Reward • A work environment where there is appropriate acknowledgement and appreciation of employees’ efforts in a fair and timely manner. 8. Involvement and Influence • A work environment where employees are included in discussions about how their work is done and have input into decision that impact their job. • Ask yourself the following questions. 9. Workload Management • A work environment where assigned tasks and responsibilities can be accomplished successfully within the time available. 10. Engagement • A work environment where employees feel connected to their work, co-workers and their organization and are motivated to do their job well. 11. Balance • A work environment where this is recognition of the need for employees to be able to manage the demands of work, family and personal life 12. Psychological Protection • A work environment where employees’ psychological safety is ensured. 13. Protection of Physical Safety • A works environment where management takes appropriate action to address physical hazards in order to protect the psychological health and safety of workers.