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Sarnia, ON – Sarnia-Lambton employers looking for ways to manage and engage a generational mix of employees are invited to a one-day workshop featuring Dr. Linda Duxbury, one of Canada's leading experts on workplace health.
The workshop, on Thursday, April 10 at the Dante Club, Sarnia, will offer insight into a number of work-life strategies that benefit a business' bottom line, by gaining a competitive advantage in a marketplace that will become increasingly driven by worker needs and wants. Topics include:
• Work family conflict
• Supportive work environments
• Use and impact of office technology
• Supportive management
"There is a fundamental shift in the nature of the employer-employee relationship," says Rose Atkins, Health Promoter with Lambton Public Health and chairperson of the Sarnia Lambton Workplace Wellness Committee. "Recruiting and retaining good employees takes innovative thinking and flexibility. Healthy work-life balance is essential to improving workplace morale and productivity, as well as employee's job satisfaction and physical/mental health and wellness."
Tickets for the workshop are $99 and can be purchased online at www.drduxbury-sarnia.eventbrite.ca. For more information call 519-344-2062 ext. 2142, toll free 1-800-387-2882, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop is presented by the Southwest Region Public Heath Workplace Network and Western region Workforce Planning Boards.
For more information about Lambton County, visit www.lambtononline.ca.
County of Lambton
Telephone: 519-344-2062 ext. 2142