Physical and psychological job demands, in combination with the degree of control a worker has over task completion, play an important role in reducing stress. Occupational stress is an important, modifiable factor affecting work disability. In this webinar, we discuss the current state of the research on workplace interventions that affect job demands and control and how they impact absenteeism, productivity, and financial outcomes.
After watching this webinar, you will learn:
- what types of interventions have been researched
- which interventions are supported by the strongest evidence
- how the interventions impact absenteeism, performance, and financial outcomes
Kelly Williams-Whitt, PhD
Associate Professor, Faculty of Management
Chair of the Human Resources and Organizational Studies
University of Lethbridge
Dr. Kelly Williams-Whitt is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Management at the University of Lethbridge and Chair of the Human Resources and Organizational Studies area. Dr. Williams-Whitt teaches courses in occupational health and safety, labour relations, employment law, human resource management and workplace diversity. Her research is published in peer-reviewed scientific journals and she has authored numerous books and book chapters on work disability, and labour and employment law. Dr. Williams-Whitt is also an active arbitrator and mediatior. She holds an appointment with the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (Labour Program), sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the CIRPD.
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