As the importance of addressing psychological health at work gains traction – through efforts like the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (the Standard) – it follows that protecting and promoting the mental wellness of tomorrow’s workforce is equally crucial.
Acquiring a post-secondary education can be exciting, transformative and demanding. Juggling financial, academic, family and personal demands, in addition to being away from home, family and friends for the first time are some of the new experiences that students share. There are a greater number of students coming to campuses with diagnosed mental health disorders and recent surveys indicate that 50% of students use campus mental health services with 10% being seen in urgent or crisis situations.
Reorienting the culture of post-secondary institutions to better equip students to thrive, both academically and personally, is integral to growing a resilient and productive workforce.
Join the MHCC and a panel of experts to shine the light on key issues faced by students, hear about some examples of leading practices that are having an impact, and opportunities to further shape Canada’s landscape to promote and protect psychological health and safety of post-secondary students.
This webinar is hosted by the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
Absenteeism, which refers to frequent, short, unscheduled or unexpected absences due to sickness or other types of leaves, can negatively affect team productivity and morale as well as the employer’s reputation. If absenteeism is an ongoing concern in your company or organization, join us for this informative session!
During this webinar, presenters will discuss:
- The hidden reasons behind absenteeism
- Absenteeism vs. presenteeism
- Attendance management and;
- Solutions to assist you in building a strong workforce
This webinar is hosted by Niagara Connects.
The Niagara Community Observatory, in cooperation with the Dept. of Political Science Speaker Series, is excited to announce the presentation of its latest policy brief #35, SHIFTING GEARS: Examining the recent upswing in Niagara’s manufacturing sector, researched and written by recent Master’s graduate Sean Calcott and Brock Associate Professor Charles Conteh.
A presentation of the latest manufacturing numbers for the region, from 2012-18, and what it means for Niagara and its policy makers, will be followed by a panel discussion.
This event is hosted by the Niagara Community Observatory.
Join Innovate Niagara for a human resources seminar in partnership with Brock University.
HR topics to be covered:
- Onboarding staff
- Vetting new hires
- Scaling teams
- Developing and maintaining company culture
Appetizers and light refreshments will be provided.
This seminar is hosted by Innovate Niagara.