If you are a staff member experiencing workplace challenges and you would like to talk to someone about them, you can contact the University’s Employee and Family Assistance Program.
For information regarding a wide spectrum of work-related topics, visit the Public Health Agency of Canada’s website.
Work Related Stress and Anxiety
Learn more about a wide variety of mental health concerns, including stress and anxiety, at the site below:
Continual professional development is integral to the establishment of a successful career. These links will assist you if you have an interest in career development.
Workplace Health and Safety
The University is home to a wide variety of job types and work environments. Wherever you work on campus, it is important to be aware of occupational health and safety basics.
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