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June 9, 2015
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Study offers insight into lives of WorkSafeBC claimants with chronic pain

A report released this week by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives takes an in-depth look at a sample of WorksafeBC claimants with chronic pain and raises the alarm about serious flaws in how the B.C. workers’ compensation board deals with injured workers who develop chronic pain. >> Read full article

Manitoba government to speed up PTSD help for all workers

The Manitoba government introduced legislation Monday that it says will provide the broadest workers compensation coverage in Canada for post-traumatic stress. >> Read full article

Valuing health benefits

Three-quarters of organizations offering health benefits want more information to better understand how their plan affects employee health outcomes, productivity and absenteeism. >> Read full article

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Workers’ commuting patterns contributing to likelihood of burnout: study

Commuting length, distance and means are stress factors that can lead to burnout, according to a new study from the University of Montreal. The study compared rural and urban regions of Quebec in terms of their commuting patterns, including types of transport used (car, subway, bus, bike, etc.) and linked these patterns to the three dimensions of burnout: emotional burnout, cynicism and professional efficacy. >> Learn More…

 
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