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The Link Between Psychological Health and Safety and Occupational Health and Safety

The Link Between Psychological Health and Safety and Occupational Health and Safety

The Occupational Health and Safety Act in Ontario does not prescribe measures related to psychological health and safety, except for workplace harassment, workplace sexual harassment and workplace violence, and in 2017 the MOL issued 11,662 Orders for violations of workplace violence and harassment requirements, topping the list of top 10 health and safety violations.

HR Meets Happy Hour 2019

HR Meets Happy Hour 2019

Date: Thursday May 30th, 2019
Our HR Meets Happy Hour Event 2019 was an opportunity for employers to learn more about Employee Relations. Our HR and Employment Law experts facilitated this informative session and gave valuable insight regarding this topic. Check out our social media and website for upcoming events.

Moving Forward After #METOO: Building A Safe & Respectful Workplace

Moving Forward After #METOO: Building A Safe & Respectful Workplace

At its peak, the #MeToo movement was all over the internet, TV and radio. It seemed that everywhere you turned, new and serious allegations surrounding your favourite stars and business leaders were coming to the forefront. Although the movement seemed primarily focused on high-profile Hollywood celebrities, there are many elements that can be adopted as best practices in your workplace today.

How to Effectively Integrate Psychological Health and Safety into the Workplace Culture

How to Effectively Integrate Psychological Health and Safety into the Workplace Culture

The impact of mental health on the health, safety and productivity of workers today is more evident than ever before. The National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace recognizes the need to integrate prevention of mental harm, promotion of mental health, and conflict resolution into the culture of the organization.

Unique Employee Benefits

Unique Employee Benefits

Employee happiness is one of the most crucial factors leading to a productive and efficient workplace. For this reason, it is crucial for employers to provide their employees with adequate benefit packages. In today’s competitive job market, strong employees are in high demand. Long gone are the days where prospective employees were only concerned with their base salary and potential bonus structure. Instead, employees are now concerned with unique benefit packages and perks that your company can offer. The following perks outlined below can assist your organization retain valuable employees and present an appealing benefit package to potential candidates.

Misconceptions About the National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace

Misconceptions About the National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace

The National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety is about creating a workplace that prevents mental injury to workers in reckless, negligent and intentional ways, and promotes conditions and activities that support the mental health of all workers, including those who suffer with mental illness.

The Benefits of Flexible Work Arrangements

The Benefits of Flexible Work Arrangements

The traditional 5-days-a-week, 8-hours-a-day working schedule has long been regarded as the ideal approach to efficiency and consistency. But with the rise of technology, flexibility in the workplace is becoming more common. With this newfound flexibility, workplaces are re-evaluating their schedules and beginning to offer alternatives to the traditional work schedule. Whether that involves shorter days, flexible hours, or flexible days is all up to the employer.