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Meetings

The Council on Workplace Health and Wellness offers its members an extensive networking opportunity through three meetings per year. Meetings are held on a confidential off-the-record basis and give members an opportunity to share best practices, exchange information and to learn from leading experts.

Upcoming Meetings

March 3–4, 2016
Toronto, ON

May 26–27, 2016
Victoria, BC


Past Meetings

October 13–14, 2015
Gatineau, QC
Meeting Theme: Time to Look After Caregivers

May 28–29, 2015
Fredericton, NB
Meeting Theme: The Healthy Brain at Work

March 10–11, 2015
Toronto, ON
Meeting Theme: The Respectful Workplace

 

 


Previous Meeting Themes

  • Influence, Power, and Culture: The Wellness Leader as Catalyst
  • Driving Employee Engagement through our Workplace Wellness Programs
  • Building a Psychologically Safe Workplace: Practical Approaches to Success
  • Health and Wellness for a Diverse Workforce
  • Driving Healthy Change: Leveraging Technology to Harness the Wellness
  • Beyond Health Risk Assessments: Promoting Organizational and Individual Accountability for Wellness
  • Workplace Health Management: a Strategic Function in Organizations
  • Chronic Illness Prevention and Management
  • Attracting, Retaining, and Engaging the Mature Workforce: Implications for Organizational Health Management
  • Workload, Workplace Stress, and Employee Wellbeing
  • The Bottom Line on Work-Life Quality
  • Getting Buy-In to Employee Health: Lessons from Social Marketing
  • Mental Health and Addictions
  • Building an Effective Business Case for Health and Wellness

Council Information

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Featured Reports

The Footprint of Mental Health Conditions: Healthy Brains at Work
(Version français)
Moving Ahead: Taking Steps to Reduce Physical Inactivity and Sedentary Behaviour
(Version français)

Featured Video

Healthy Brains at Work

Louise Chénier discusses new research on the role of the manager in mental health and discusses the prevalence of mental health strategies in the workplace.


Contact Us

Leane Swales

613-526-3090x411
Senior Administrative and Meeting Coordinator
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Charles Boyer

613-526-3090x333
Research Associate II, Health and Wellness
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