DOLE IRR/Guidelines on Mental Health Workplace Policies and Programs in the Private Sector

DOLE Department Order No. 208, Series of 2020 (“DO-208”): Guidelines for the Implementation of Mental Health Workplace Policies and Programs for the Private Sector — was issued by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to serve as the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Mental Health Act (R.A. 11036) and related laws.

In this video, we will discuss the provisions outlined in DO-208 to help establishments formulate their workplace policies and programs related to mental health. As indicated in DO-208, it is mandatory to have such policies in the private sector.

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