|Keeping the circadian rhythmTue May 5th, 2009
As corporate Canada reels from the effects of the economy, many companies turn to a ten-hour-a-day, four-day-a-week working schedule to save operational dollars. Often, layoffs and restructuring can lead to a change in shifts, too – all of whic…
|Ontario Bill 167: The Toxics Reduction ActTue May 5th, 2009
Ontario has one-upped the federal government with its Toxics Reduction Act, 2009 – proposed legislation that received its first reading in the Ontario Legislature April 7, 2009.Like the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA 1999), Bill 16…
|EKG in the news!Thu Apr 16th, 2009
When HR Professional wanted an article on the impact of an economic downtown on workplace safety, who did they turn to?Why, EKG, of course!Don’t miss EKG President Patrick Smale’s analysis of statistical data on lost-time accidents …
|Will Obama go ergo?Thu Apr 16th, 2009
Over the past few years, those in the know would say Obama was quietly leading by example. As President, that quiet leadership has transformed into a roar. To say he has captivated the hearts and minds of people is an incredible understatement - but …
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