Psychological Health and Safety at Work

Prevention, promotion and guidance for your workplace Today in Canada one in five people are living with a mental health problem or illness.  The accommodation and food services, government services, ...

Why are you paying 117% more for WCB coverage than you need to be?

Written by George Marshall, CEO of Service Hospitality The Saskatchewan hotel industry is classified under the S23 industrial rate code by the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB), this is for purposes ...

Youth Safety Education Day – September 10th, 2019

Partnership Opportunity In Saskatchewan, young worker injuries are not declining fast enough. Young people and new hires are the most at risk of injury on the job and over 70% ...

Educating Saskatchewan Youth – One Presentation at a Time

Did you know, 45% of young people – aged 15 – 24 – and new hires, are the most at risk of injury on the job? On average, there are 4000 young people getting hurt on the job every year and approximately 817 of those injuries come from the service and hospitality industries, in Saskatchewan. […]

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Cannabis at Work: One Year Later

Will cannabis – medical or recreational have a positive or negative impact on the workplace?  The cannabis industry is just getting off the ground in Canada and it has already become a major part of our economy and also has started impacting our workplaces. Employers should not ignore the negative consequences cannabis may bring to […]

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Join us in Whistler for Better Workplace Conference 2019

Does your staff come to work every day because they have to? Create a better workplace and turn your “must come to work” employees into “want to come to work” employees. Join us and the Conference Board of Canada from September 30th -October 2nd  at the Whistler Conference Centre for Better Workplace Conference 2019. Highlighted […]

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