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Blemish. Disgrace. Stain.

There are well over 30 synonyms for the word ‘stigma’. None of them are pretty.

The truth is, while many believe it’s now appropriate to discuss mental health in the workplace, a majority of those same people wouldn’t be comfortable sharing their own struggles in this area. Mum’s still the word for many who fear the negative and discriminatory judgments of others who lack understanding when it comes to mental illnesses and neurodiversity. Until our workplaces become more psychologically safe for everyone, those living with mental health issues will still fear the stigma of their “undisclosed” identities, and all of the destructive synonyms that go with it.

This Mental Health Awareness Month, take the first step and educate yourself. The National Institute of Mental Health is a comprehensive resource for information and research regarding mental health disorders and other related topics.

Next, become a trailblazer and share what you’ve learned with others.

Our 100K Conversations Campaign can provide the tools and resources needed to take that bold first step in advancing awareness and inclusion in your workplace. With guides and resources to help you along the way, there’s nothing to lose by joining thousands of other inclusion advocates in the pursuit of transparent communication and workplaces where everyone can be their full self.

Help us reach our goal of 100,000 inclusion-minded conversations by committing to the challenge today!

Stacey Gordon, MBA
Rework Work CEO


Rework Workspace has a wide variety of options and resources to help you respectfully initiate and participate in conversations about diversity and inclusion. Here are just a few to get you started:

Sparking Awareness

Just starting your journey towards greater awareness? In this learning path, you’ll be introduced to concepts like unconscious bias, microaggressions, inclusive pronouns, and Inclusionomics.


Race and Privilege Explained

Learn more about the history of racism and the concept of privilege. Here you’ll find more tips for having conversations about inequality and how to become a good ally.

The Book Nook

Our digital bookshelves are being updated constantly! Check in often to read what experts are saying about current DEI topics of interest to you.

Simply Good
Lead with Inclusion: Inclusive Actions at Work with Stacey Gordon

How to welcome “undisclosed” identities at work

Whether due to a mental health condition, chronic illness, or neurodiversity, a lot of professionals have “invisible” identities that impact how they experience the workplace. Unfortunately, many of these identities are stigmatized, so many people go to work each day feeling they can’t be their whole self. Here are some practical ways to expand your awareness and education, and take action within your company to be more inclusive of all identities and experiences.

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Positive Business Conference Amplified
University of Michigan
May 9, 2024

Stacey will join other panelists for a discussion about “Amplifying the Human” at this year’s event, designed to elevate a human-centered approach to global enterprise and explore how we find uplift in a time of upheaval. Join other like-minded professionals for a deeper exploration of how leaders can harness the potential to create supportive structures and practices that foster well-being. You can register for the in-person event, or for online access.

Employer’s Legal Lounge Podcast, Episode 6

Stacey recently joined Michael Sullivan & Associates attorney, Eric De Wames, for his monthly podcast focused on the ever-evolving landscape of California employment laws. In this episode, Stacey and PIHRA CEO Rafael Rivera join Eric to discuss recent California Supreme Court cases and their implications for California employers. The interview is now available on YouTube and through all your favorite streaming apps.

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