Conference Board of Canada

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Author. (date). Title. Retrieved from URL

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Popiela, A. (2017). Mental health and well-being in the workplace: What works and why it makes business sense (Research Report R-1624-17). Retrieved from http://www.conferenceboard.ca

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Author: Conference Board of Canada
Note: For most reports, the author is named. There are some reports that do not have a named author - in this case the author is Conference Board of Canada (a "corporate author"). See Conference Board of Canada - No Named Author for a screen capture with an example. More details

Date: 2017
Note: Provide a more specific date than simply the year, if available (for example (2017, June), in cases where new versions of the report may be published in one calendar year. More details

Title: Mental health and well-being in the workplace: What works and why it makes business sense.
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URL: http://www.conferenceboard.ca
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Context: The Conference Board of Canada publishes quite a few reports throughout the year; you can find all the elements necessary for a citation either on the front page or the second page of the report.