Research by Louise Chenier

Louise Chénier
 
Louise Chénier, Independent Consultant, Organizational Health Management, Workplace Health & Wel
Louise Chénier is a Program Manager, Workplace Mental Health at the Mental Health Commission of Canada. In her role, she works to eliminate barriers to employment for people with mental health problems and illnesses and helps employers create mentally healthy work environments. Before ... more
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This briefing aims to advance supplier diversity in Canada by developing an evidence-based business case that can be used to raise awareness about the benefits of diverse, well-developed...
The Conference Board of Canada | 34 pages | September 2017 | by Nadine Hakim, Louise Chenier
Cette note de recherche vise à faire avancer la diversification des fournisseurs au Canada en faisant une analyse de rentabilisation factuelle pouvant servir à accroître la sensibilisation...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 38 pages | September 2017 | by Nadine Hakim, Louise Chenier
Are your employees fatigued? This survey found that 27 per cent of employees report being fatigued most days or every day of a typical work week.
The Conference Board of Canada | 42 pages | September 2016 | by Gail Hepburn, Charles Boyer, Louise Chenier
D’après les résultats d’un sondage, 27 % des employés sont fatigués la plupart des jours ou tous les jours d’une semaine de travail typique, ce qui est dangereux pour leur santé...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 46 pages | September 2016 | by Gail Hepburn, Charles Boyer, Louise Chenier
Health and safety is traditionally viewed as immune from changes in business conditions. Safety is valued, but not understood. The future of health and safety leadership lies in...
The Conference Board of Canada | 9 pages | May 2016 | by Louise Chenier, Bryce Swerhun
Returning to work after a health-related absence can be a challenge for employees and employers alike. This transition can be particularly difficult for employees experiencing...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | March 2016 | by Louise Chenier
This second report in a four-part research series—Healthy Brains at Work—explores employer-sponsored benefits and programs in Canada that address mental health conditions. It features...
The Conference Board of Canada | 53 pages | February 2016 | by Louise Chenier, Charles Boyer
Ce rapport, le deuxième d’une série de quatre intitulée Des cerveaux sains au travail, explore les prestations et les programmes de santé mentale au travail parrainés par les employeurs...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 56 pages | February 2016 | by Louise Chenier, Charles Boyer
L’inactivité physique et le comportement sédentaire sont coûteux sur le plan individuel, mais aussi pour les employeurs et pour la société. Cette note d’information propose aux...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 4 pages | December 2015 | by Louise Chenier
Physical inactivity and sedentary behaviour are costly to individuals, employers, and society. This briefing will provide employers with organizational approaches to promote physical...
The Conference Board of Canada | 56 pages | December 2015 | by Louise Chenier
This report offers the perspectives of employees and supervisors on their organizations’ disability management programs, and provides employers with advice and guidance on how...
The Conference Board of Canada | 63 pages | October 2013 | by Louise Chenier, Karla Thorpe
Effective and comprehensive workplace disability management programs can help employers control health-related costs. This briefing provides a framework that employers can use...
The Conference Board of Canada | 12 pages | October 2013 | by Louise Chenier
This toolkit was created to help Ontario employers tap into a vibrant and underutilized labour pool—people with disabilities—and to assist employers in meeting the Employment Standard...
The Conference Board of Canada | 88 pages | December 2012 | by Louise Chenier, Jane Vellone
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