Global-Watch Day: June 12, 2019

 Montreal Co-Work: 4388 St Denis #200, Montreal


To develop new knowledge, discover new tools and exchange with other employers on workplace health and well-being.




9:00 A.M.  Welcome and introduction

9:15 A.M.  Round table


9:30 A.M.  Artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on people at work

Progress report on AI in the workplace
Daniel Chamberland-Tremblay, Ph.D., associate professor, School of Management, Université de Sherbrooke, head of the graduate diploma microprogram in business intelligence strategy, Co-director of the Pôle de recherche en intelligence stratégique et multidimensionnelle d’entreprise (PRISME)

Question period

10:30 A.M.   Break


10:45 A.M.  Progress report on the impact of AI on employee health and well-being

Justine Dima, M. Sc., holds a Master’s degree in Science, with a specialization in HR and organizational development. She is currently a lecturer and Ph.D. student in organizational development at Laval University. She is also working as a research assistant for various scientific projects.

Question period

11:35 A.M.  Employer exchange workshop

12:05 P.M.  Plenary session

12:30 P.M.  Lunch


1:45 P.M.   Discovering two hidden sides of workload: cognitive and emotional loads

France St-Hilaire, Ph.D., associate professor, School of Management, Université de Sherbrooke, Director of Scientific Monitoring for Global-Watch         

Question period


2:45 P.M.  Employer Exchange workshop and plenary session

3:30 P.M. Break

3:45 P.M. Conference “Trends and international perspectives in workplace health and well-being  for 2019”

Marie-Claude Pelletier, MBA, ASC., president and founder of Global-Watch.

4:30 P.M.  Closing remarks

4:45 P.M.  End of the day  

If you are an employer of 500+ employees, have never attended a global-watch event, and wish to register, please contact Sophie Deschamps at the following email address:





























































Pierre Breton
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