We are not going to resolve gender parity and diversity issues by government policies alone or by some enlightened #businessleadership speaking up and promoting a few #women and visible minorities. The joint action of the public and private sectors here in Canada and worldwide is essential.
Tag Archives: Camille Isaacs Morell
“What do you do when you get mad?”
October 10, 2021 is World Mental Health Day. Anxiety is often overlooked as a disorder that requires professional intervention.
The pandemic and the continuing uncertainties of the future present ideal conditions for anxiety to evolve in ways that adversely impact employees’ mental health and their ability to perform.
Leaders must champion mental health and speak openly about the need to take care of employees’ mental health.
Dementia care…the downside of working from home
Caregivers of persons with dementia are more likely to be frequently absent from work. As the burden of care increases with the progression of the disease, caregivers may be forced to take disability leave, require medical care, and endure further financial hardship. The adverse effects of dementia impact caregivers, the health care system, the economy, and workplaces are also adversely impacted.
We must act now to implement dementia prevention strategies.
Addressing Violence Against Women Through Education & Pay Equity
Women gain self confidence and self-esteem when they are empowered to make their own choices, to use their talents and to participate in the economy and in healthy partnerships.
What does a tropical scene have to do with empathy and value?
Throughout the pandemic, there has been a lot of storytelling and sharing of experiences. We’re learning more about the cares and concerns of our colleagues, employees and clients.