Canada is going through a virtual healthcare revolution. Accelerated by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, digital solutions are providing increased convenience, simplicity, and improved health support. While these innovations are designed to improve Canada’s healthcare system, leaders still need to take a closer look and address important questions surrounding incorporating these solutions into their HR plans. In this episode, we chat with Daniel Martz, Vice President of Virtual Care at Telus Health on the evolution of virtual care technology in Canada. Learn the limitations of digital health solutions and how the right solutions merge technology with empathy and compassion.
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Nancy Simms, director of human rights, equity & inclusion and Bharat Saini, manager of human rights equity & inclusion, both with Humber College in Toronto, discuss how HR professionals can support transformative equity, inclusion, and belonging in workplaces.
HRD Talk sits down with Judene Pretti and Maanasa Rajaguru to discuss current engagement trends
In part three of this series presented by Workplace Safety & Prevention Services Tony Gareri, CEO, Roma Moulding, discusses his role as a CEO in transforming and maintaining a positive workplace culture. Tony discusses what leadership success looks like and how employees can be engaged for improved company culture and overall performance
HR leader debates how CEOs can accommodate employees dealing with mental health concerns in order to thrive
Workplace Safety & Prevention Services Dr. Bill Howatt, shares insights around mental health