Is Work Killing You?

Business owners, directors, managers and human resources professionals came together to explore issues of Workload and Well-being in a Multi-Generational Workforce at the eighth annual Your Workplace Conference in Toronto in October.

“What makes the discussion about workload and well-being so important is that employees really do want to do their best. By taking on more and more work, they are jeopardizing their health,” says Your Workplace President and Publisher Vera Asanin. “While claims and costs are escalating, quality of life is decreasing. This must stop.”
The conference featured dynamic keynote speakers, workshops, concurrent learning sessions, and opportunities to network and exchange ideas for building thriving workplaces with an engaged and productive workforce.

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Lisa Sansom YW
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Lisa Sansom
Lisa Sansom, an accomplished Trainer and Certified Coach, offers professional services, from a basis of applied positive psychology, in leadership, interpersonal communications, change management, team dynamics and other areas of organizational effectiveness. www.lvsconsulting.com.
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