Kimberly Jinnett, PhD-Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Health and Aging, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco
Hear about the importance of employee health to a range of work-related outcomes beyond medical and pharmacy costs. These broader outcomes – absence, job performance, work disability – connect to operational outcomes.
Mark Bryan PhD -Reader in Economics, University of Sheffield
People who lose their jobs lose their incomes. But what are the broader effects of unemployment on the wellbeing of individuals and their families?
Arif Jetha, PhD-Associate Scientist, Institute for Work & Health
A chronic episodic disease can be a source of unpredictability that add to the challenges Millennials face in finding and sustaining employment.
Dwayne Van Eerd PhD and Ron Saunders PhD-Scientist, Institute for Work & Health
This presentation will describe a comprehensive approach to KTE that targets worker health and safety.
Emile Tompa, PhD-Senior Scientist at the Institute for Work & Health
In this webinar Dr. Emile Tompa presents findings from a synthesis of evidence of studies that evaluated the effectiveness of OHS regulatory enforcement measures.
Kate McCleary, MS, CHES-Institute for Health & Productivity Studies, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Past research on workplace health promotion (WHP) programs has discovered considerable differences between the perceptions of employees and employers regarding program effects, sources of stress, and job satisfaction.
Graham Lowe -President, The Graham Lowe Group Inc.
Successful leaders have the capacity to thrive in the face of adversity and feel confident, optimistic and hopeful about the future. These traits – which can be learned – contribute to leaders' personal well-being, and a more successful organization.
Ivan Steenstra, PhD-Manager Research & Analytics, Morneau Shepell
The workforce in Western society is ageing. A shortage of workers is predicted. Many ideas are put forward to keep older workers in the workforce but do we actually know what is effective? This webinar will provide an overview of the evidence.
Debra Dunstan, PhD-Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Director of the Postgraduate Clinical Psychology Program at the University of New England, Armidale Australia
Managers view co-workers as having little relevance to RTW most of the time, but identify them as contributing to poor outcomes in some circumstances which are challenging to manage.
Justine Leavy PhD - Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health, Curtin University
Dr. Leavy discusses research on the health risks of prolonged sedentary behaviour and how sit-to-stand workstations are effective in breaking up prolonged sitting time, improving work performance and mood, and positively influencing some health outcomes.
Carolyn Dewa, MPH, PhD -Collaborating Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Dr. Dewa will discuss recent research on the ways that mental disorders can effect work productivity, and will provide interventions to improve outcomes.
Marloes Vooijs, MSc-Doctoral Candidate, Coronel Institute of Occupational Health, Academic Medical Center
Ms. Vooijs discusses a recent systematic review of ways to increase the participation workers who have a chronic disease.
Juliann C. Scholl, PhD, James Grosch, and Bermang Ortiz - National Center for Productive Aging and Work (NCPAW)
This webinar will advance the concept of productive aging and present evidence-based methods for facilitating an age-friendly workplace.
June 15, 2016
Debra Lerner MS, PhD-Director, Program on Health, Work and Productivity, Tufts Medical Center
Dr. Debra Lerner will discuss current research on how depression in the workplace affects levels of absenteeism and presenteeism. She will also present strategies for working with employees with depression.
Michael Rouse, PhD & Michelle Ashworth-Associate Professor, Strategy and Organization, Ivey Business School, Western University & Senior Specialist, Health & Wellness, Group Benefits, Sun Life Financial
Dr. Michael Rouse and Ms. Michelle Ashworth will discuss the key elements in effective workplace wellness programs.
Ann O’Sullivan, OTR/L, LSW, FAOTA-Family Caregiver Support Program Coordinator, Southern Maine Agency on Aging
Ms. O’Sullivan focuses on strategies to assist employees who are members of the “sandwich generation”, those who are raising children and assisting older adult family members, to balance work and family responsibilities.
Wendy D. Lynch, PhD.-Director, Center for Consumer Choice in Health Care. Altarum Institute
Dr. Lynch provides a framework for a broader organizational approach to workforce health, well-being and performance.
Andrew Thatcher, PhD-Chair of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, University of Witwatersrand
Dr. Thatcher will discuss the benefits to workers from working in green buildings and what solutions we can find to appease all parties involved in the decision-making process.
Fredrik Odegaard, PhD-Assistant Professor, Management Science, Ivey School of Business, Western University
Dr. Ødegaard will provide us with current research on the effect that workers' health has on their work productivity