Canadian Launch of

Global-Watch : Les Affaires Conference

Gathered at Montreal’s Sheraton Centre on January 24, 2018, as part of the 10th Santé psychologique au travail conference organized by Les Affaires, nearly 150 human resource management professionals discovered with great interest Global-Watch’s offer.

Presented by Marie-Claude Pelletier, president and founder of Groupe Levia and Global-Watch, the innovative nature of this international monitoring and good practices program in workplace health and well-being was noticed by the managers in attendance.

During a signing session at the conference, Bell confirmed that it will become a Global-Watch affiliate – following the European launch of Global-Watch in Paris in November – in the presence of Quebec affiliates CGI and Desjardins as well as French and international affiliates Société Générale, Groupe Orange and Avril Group.

Being able to access the best studies and expert guidance on topical issues generated much enthusiasm among conference participants.

Top photo (left to right): Marie-Claude Pelletier, president and founder of Groupe Levia and Global-Watch; Marie-Hélène Favreau, director, Mental Health, Workplace Practices and Disability Management, Bell; Suzanne Bossy, Director, Health and Well-being, Oxygène CGI, CGI; Alain André, director, Workplace Health and Safety and Well-being, Groupe Orange.

Lower-left photo: Marie-Claude Pelletier, president and founder of Groupe Levia and Global-Watch, and Marie-Hélène Favreau, director, Mental Health, Workplace Practices and Disability Management, Bell.

Lower-right photo: Marie-Claude Pelletier, president and founder of Groupe Levia and Global-Watch, and Suzanne Bossy, director, Health and Well-being, Oxygène CGI, CGI.

You will find below the presentation that our partner ORANGE presented during the Les Affaires Conference on psychological health at work as well as certain World Agreements that they concluded on different topics related to the quality of life at work (in French only):

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