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Impacts of of mental health and chronic illnesses

Workplace Health Strategies

Join us, along with our partners from People Corporation, to discuss the impacts of mental health and chronic illness.

Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 11:30am EST
Virtual

Canadians are experiencing an unprecedented incidence of mental health and chronic illnesses which results in impacts to organizations costs; from productivity, to benefit plan claims, absenteeism, employee satisfaction and so on.

Organizations spanning all industries are actively seeking leading-edge solutions that not only prioritize employee health but also enhance the perception of their commitment to employee well-being. Join us in learning more about how a workplace health strategy is a business imperative and how People Corporation can help improve organizational health and wellbeing.

Workplace Health Strategies

Hosted by EMC.

Wednesday, August 14, 2024, 11:30am EST
Virtual

Opportunities & Funding

For nearly a decade, manufacturers have been using EMC’s Opportunity Alerts as a great way to grow their business finding qualified B2B sources from across Canada.

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