September 2018

businesshealth® e-news
September 2018 vol. 14-4

In This Issue

What high-tech reveals about open office space bh - Open work environments were introduced as the modern way to update work space and increase job satisfaction by promoting informal interactions and collaboration.  Read More »
The consequences of zero tolerance at work bh - Enforcing the “letter of the law,” while a positive policy from one perspective can also have unintended consequences that in the end, disadvantage the people the law was designed to help. Read More »
PROFILES in businesshealth® – Credit Counselling of Atlantic Canada, Inc. bh - Financial concerns are a major source of stress for today’s employees. Ultimately, they are reflected in lost productivity and a less favourable bottom line for their organization. Read More »
The role of work in the cancer experience bh - A cancer survivor has said that getting back to work after treatment was “just like taking a pill.” It was how she coped. Read More »
Medical cannabis in Canada – At the frontier bh - Canadian employers can be forgiven if the current status of cannabis – or, more popularly, marijuana – is unclear. Read More »
bh Updates bh - Get the latest bh article updates. In this issue: Best arthritis workplace, Cannabis – A new online resource, Diabetes – Time for a national strategy. Read More »
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