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NEWS FROM THE
CANADIAN WORKPLACE
Feb 11, 2016
Calls for creation of chief privacy officer, training
Feb 11, 2016
Vacancy rate down from second quarter
Feb 11, 2016
Follows violent attack in Edmonton
Feb 10, 2016
Will add naturopathic medicine, mental health benefits
Feb 10, 2016
Intern association withdraws from labour ministry's consultations
Feb 9, 2016
'This strengthens our collaboration with the rest of the country'
NEWS FROM THE
GLOBAL WORKPLACE
Feb 11, 2016
Members work 'in most visible workplace on planet'
Feb 11, 2016
But hiring freeze remains in place
Feb 11, 2016
Employers still appear to expect economy to grow
Feb 11, 2016
Head of corporate affairs killed during riot
Feb 9, 2016
Only 7 in 10 world companies have women in executive positions, on boards
Feb 8, 2016
Restaurant holds nation-wide meeting for employees
Current Issue
‘Sends very clear message to employers, supervisors’: Lawyer
Initiatives can be met with fear, skepticism by some groups: Report
Companies like Uber disrupt labour landscape
Next Issue: Feb. 8, 2016

MOL to hold public consultations this fall

HR Manager's Guide to Employee Wellness Programs
By: Adriane Whitney, Robert Jessup-Ramsay

HR Manager's Guide to Employee Wellness provides a strong business case for organizations to adopt a comprehensive approach to employee wellness. Included in the book are tools, templates and step-by-step instructions for human resources practitioners to use in developing wellness programs and promoting a culture of wellness throughout the organization. It also includes a case study on McKesson Canada's approach to employee wellness.

This book is about developing, implementing and managing employee wellness programs in the workplace, as well as the rationale and business case for such initiatives. It is written primarily for HR practitioners, although it would also be of interest to senior executives, occupational health nurses and specialists, wellness consultants, healthcare and mental health professionals, occupational therapists, dieticians, personal trainers, return to work and workers' compensation specialists, employee assistance program consultants and benefits providers, as well as labour and employment lawyers, unions and governments.

Ever wonder what your Canadian HR Reporter editors are up to? Check out this behind-the-scenes look at what we do at the annual HRPA conference — and come visit us at the Thomson Reuters booth! (Booth 319)
Determine if testing is appropriate for your workplace and how to go about it
Date: Feb 24, 2016
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00
The off-duty conduct of employees is a hot issue for employers right now. Here’s what your organization can do to protect itself

HR needs to nurture and advocate for passionate leaders who can make a big difference
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Workers won their first crucial battle for power there, but now have no power at all