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Volume 19/5
Sep/Oct 2017

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Table of Contents

On The Cover

  • Chronic Illness is Making Your Business Sick

  • With nearly half of the Canadian population reporting chronic mental and physical health conditions, solutions must be put in place before employers go broke.


    Canada’s average life expectancy of 82 years ranks us among the healthiest of nations …

    As we move into fall, I am hopeful that at some point over the past …

    In honour of Canada Day, we look at how far we’ve come over the past ...

    The connection between physical health and mental health is impossible to ignore, especially when it ...

    Gender intelligence expert Barbara Annis and Richard Nesbitt's book shows how to create more gender ...
  • Employers, Meet the Latest Credential: Nanodegrees

  • Could micro-credentials like nanodegrees replace more traditional higher education in the future?
  • The Changing Face of Work in Canada

  • In honour of Canada's sesquicentennial, we look at how far we've come over the past 150 years.
  • Stressed at Work? Here's the latest Trend in Well-Being: Adaptogens

  • This unique group of natural remedies are said to enhance energy and boost the body's natural ability to fight stressors.
  • Power Up: Oats

  • Get through those busy days with the power of oats.
  • Voice: Aiming for a Balanced View from the Top

  • Is Canada as close to gender equality in the Workplace as we think?
  • The Double Standard of Modesty at Work

  • Research indicates that while men are rewarded for being humble, modesty holds women back
  • Sleep Tight

  • A four-step, body-mind approach to the best sleep ever!
  • Re-evaluate the Way You are Running the Rat Race

  • Three provocative questions to ask yourself so that by the end of this year you will have something to show for all the sweat you invested.
  • Unlock Employee Engagement With Data Analytics

  • Two techniques people professionals can learn from marketers.
  • Accessibility is Not as Hard as You Think

  • Don’t make decisions on behalf of people with disabilities without their input — you will be wrong, and miss out on valuable opportunities
  • Tapping the 50-Plus Talent Pool

  • What your organization needs to know about older employees.
  • Celebrating the End of a Coaching Relationship

  • How to say goodbye when the coaching process is complete.
  • YW Profile: Hemmera Envirochem

  • Leading the way in work culture
  • Super-Sizing Productivity

  • Much in the way that documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock’s Super Size Me revealed the impact of a McDonald’s diet, productivity enthusiast Chris Bailey’s extreme productivity experiments reveal how mental, physical and social influences affect our productivity.
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