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Occupational Health Nurse – Entrepreneurs: What does it Take?

Date: Fall/Winter 2016

by Dianne Dyck

A number of successful OHN entrepreneurs share their path and offer tips to future OHN entrepreneurs.


Climbing the corporate ladder

Date: March 10, 2014

by Amanda Silliker

Many people go into occupational health and safety because it is a rewarding career - implementing processes and procedures that can save lives.


Mental Health In The Workplace – It Matters To Everyone

Date: August 2013

by Shelly Bischoff

Does mental health (or illness) have a place in the workplace? And does it matter to everyone? Should we have the conversation? The answer is yes to all these questions.


Addressing the Gap between Mental Health and Workplace Fairness Policy and Practice

Date: Winter 2013

By Marjorie Munroe, C.MED., CTP, Morgan Craig-Broadwith, and Shelly Bischoff, RN, OHNC, CPHR, CHSC

Workplace. There is a clear business case for adopting these standards. This article will use two Alberta case studies to compare resulting business outcomes and Workplace Fairness with different approaches to Mental Health policy and practice.


Toxic farewell a signal to "face" concerns

Date: 13 October, 2011

by Greg Burchell

A former employee of Whole Foods Market in Toronto who posted a tirade online blasting his ex-employer was not building the most positive foundation for future job opportunities, workplace health experts suggest.


Release Your Own Stress to Lead More Calmly

Date: April 18, 2011

by Alexander Hiam

Pity the leaders in any organization. They are ultimately responsible for anything that goes wrong.


Gen Y's Benefits Expectations

Date: June 5, 2008

by Brooke Smith

Born between 1977 and 1994, generation Y is gaining visibility in the workforce now. And employers are going to have to address what kind of benefits plans will be suitable...


Employees Concerned About Mental Health: Survey

Date: May 13, 2008

by Craig Sebastiano

Canadian workers are concerned about stress and the impact it's having on their mental health, according to the 11th edition of The sanofi-aventis Healthcare Survey.


Honda Looks to Supreme Court in Discrimination Case

Date: February 26, 2008

by Jody White

Honda Canada was before the Supreme Court last week in an effort to have an Ontario Court's landmark ruling of discrimination against a former employee overturned.


Surpassing the Stigma of Mental Health Disability in the Workplace

Date: November 02, 2007

by Shelly Bischoff

The term "mental health illness" often evokes feelings of anxiety and fear among stakeholders responsible for the management of illness and disability in the workplace.


What is the Status of Occupational Health in your Organization

Date: August 24, 2005

by Shelly Bischoff

Organizations ensure the review and measurement of fiscal reports; strategic plans and business plan deliverables on an annual basis. But when and how should organizations assess the status of the occupational health of employees?


Pitfalls in management of Mental Health Disabilities in the Workplace

Date: April 11, 2005

by Shelly Bischoff

Six points to consider.

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