Classrooms to Boardrooms: What if HR Professionals Were Health Creators?
Date: March 11, 2019
Location: Thompson Rivers University
Join us for the second event in this valuable series of forums designed for sharing and building HR knowledge in the Central Interior.
Hosted by TRU’s School of Business and Economics’ Human Enterprise and Innovation (HEI) Department, this engaging event is designed to connect HR professionals with HR academics, for mutual benefit and learning.
Dr. Farimah Hakem-Zadeh of TRU’s School of Business and Economics will lead a conversation on the importance of positive and proactive approaches to occupational health and safety.
Her research asks questions such as: What if HR professionals were health creators? What if we could go above and beyond just trying to prevent stress and injuries and could create a pandemic of health at and from our place work? When we think in terms of “sick people are more likely to miss work”, we are more likely to look for solutions to prevent employees from getting sick. When, instead, we think in terms of “healthier employees are less likely to miss work,” we are more prone to create solutions to foster employees’ health. There are valuable tools, frameworks, and research that can help us on this path.
Seats are limited and you are required to register online in advance (first come, first served).
Who should attend: all levels of HR practitioners and professionals who are members of CPHR BC & Yukon. No charge.
Campus Activity Centre Lecture Hall (main floor of CAC),
TRU, 805 TRU Way, Kamloops, BC, V2C 0C8.
pm - 7:00 pm - please arrive in good time for a prompt start.
Monday March 11
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