Tag Archives: Organizations

Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review Report with Recommendations

In late 2021, Service Hospitality reached out to many of our largest member organizations, encouraging them to submit feedback to the Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review on some key issues affecting them from the Workers’ Compensation Act. Following that review, the committee released a full report with 34 recommendations for improving the workers’ compensation system. […]

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Results are in! Refresher Training is a Good Idea

Over the past 6 months, COVID-19 has taken over as the #1 health and safety topic in the workplace. Training has been provided on sanitizing, social distancing and mask-wearing – but what about training on hazards that existed before COVID-19? Frequent refresher training is an important tool that helps workers commit important safety knowledge and best […]

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Proceed with Caution – A Guide to Return to Work Policies Amidst COVID-19

For organizations and individuals throughout Saskatchewan, the last two months have been a time filled with challenges and leading us to adjust to a different way of living and doing things. We have seen businesses make the tough decision to close their doors or change their way of operating. We have also seen plenty of […]

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I’m Fine, Thanks – Virtual Opportunities to Support Mental Health

As some organizations prepare to re-open and others prepare to remain closed or work remotely for the long haul, mental health continues to be a very real and timely concern.  According to data from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in partnership with Maru/Matchbox, the majority of Canadians when asked “how are you?” will rely […]

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Available Now: Your Mental Health & Well-Being Online Course!

The Canadian Mental Health Association statistics state that in any given year, 1 in 5 people in Canada will personally experience a mental health problem or illness. Furthermore, the statistics show it is estimated that 10-20% of Canadian youth are affected by a mental illness or disorder – the single most disabling group of disorders […]

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