The Insurance & Investment Journal: Developing better coping skills and resilience in the workplace can improve the health of employees, new research conducted by Morneau Shepell has found.
Rabble.ca: Nearly nine months after the end of a 13-week strike at the Peel Children's Aid Society in Ontario, the union that represents its workers says the workplace still needs healing...
Benefits Canada: New draft regulations published in Quebec this summer address policies around annuity purchases for defined benefit pension plans for the first time.
The Globe and Mail: Leadership can be exciting, especially when the team is working well together, the product or service is being well received by customers and the executive leadership is happy with your results.
Small Biz Advisor: Among employees who are attending work while experiencing a form of negative stress, many are struggling to cope and as a result, it is having a negative impact on their overall mental health.
The Globe and Mail: Have you ever looked at another person you would like to meet but failed to walk over and introduce yourself?
BPM Magazine: Coping skills and levels of resilience are significant in predicting health outcomes and employees’ engagement levels among those who are attending work while experiencing a form of negative stress, says a Morneau Shepell whitepaper.
Managing ‘cognitive hygiene’ to alleviate employee mental health issues and improve business performanceAug 21, 2017
This white paper explores the concept of “cognitive hygiene” and how coping skills and resiliency are significant in predicting health outcomes and employees’ engagement levels.
Journal de Montréal : Si un salarié absent est assez facile à repérer, et à comptabiliser, un salarié qui verse dans le présentéisme l’est beaucoup moins. Comment s’en protéger ?
The Globe and Mail: How much do you feel in control of your daily outcomes?