Creating Healthy Organizations
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Graham Lowe talks with Canadian HR Reporter TV's Amanda Silliker about why it's important to have a healthy organization and how employers can build one.
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News from September 2005
- An increase in global work-related deaths
(Sep. 30 '05)
The United Nations' International Labor Organization (ILO) held its' 17th World Congress on Safety and Health at Work September 18 – 22, 2005.
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- The role of employee assistance programs in disaster situations
(Sep. 23 '05)
As Kathy Gurchiek writes in SHRM Online (September 21, 2005), terrorist acts and natural disasters such as hurricane Katrina are changing the nature and role of traditional employee assistance programs (EAPs).
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- Employee benefits becoming unsustainable in the U.S.
(Sep. 19 '05)
The Employment Policy Foundation (EPF) has released its 10th edition of The American Workplace (2005).
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- Chrysler group launches workplace diabetes education program
(Sep. 14 '05)
The Chrysler Group of DaimlerChrysler has introduced an innovative diabetes care program to its Michigan headquarters, aimed at improving the health and quality of life of employees with diabetes.
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- Long working hours are killing us
(Sep. 2 '05)
As Audrey Gillan writes in The Guardian (August 20), health and productivity levels are suffering as Britain clocks in with the longest working hours in Europe.
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