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Workplace Burnout

Earlier this year, an outreach worker who we’ll call Sandra, noticed that her attitude to work had changed: “I wasn’t able to...

Canadians Still Reluctant to Admit Mental Health Issues

While more Canadians are recognizing depression (53%) and anxiety (41%) as disabilities compared to last year (47% and 36%), a stigma around...

Destressing Workplace Stress

Your Workplace was pleased to sit down and talk with Dr. Jamie Gruman, expert on work-life balance and recharging our batteries....

How to Care for Yourself When it’s Your Job to Care for Others

I was almost done in by a job I held in healthcare. Literally. The scene in my comic novel, Dream Job: Wacky Adventures of...

Is Laughter Or Exercise Better To Relieve Stress?

Is your boss looming over your shoulder watching you? Is your company under - going significant changes which you find overwhelming?...

Breaking Through and Moving Up

It’s no secret that the number of women occupying executive positions are few and far between. These numbers tend to decline...

Extreme Commuting – The Next Extreme Sport

Executives are increasingly open to “extreme commuting,” which involves travelling by plane to work and back each week or by car for...

When Men Take Parental Leave, True Equality Begins

When our first daughter was born in 1996, my husband, Ed, took two days off from work. I took six months...

Government Amends Patented Medicines Regulation to Lower Drug Costs

Canadians pay among the highest patented drug prices in the world, after only the United States and Switzerland. Canadians also pay close to 25%...

Why “Leaving Your Baggage at the Door” isn’t Always the Best Workplace Policy

David was having a hard time. Within months of starting a new promotion, his wife told him that she was leaving him....