Rendez-vous Global-Watch

Videoconference Paris-Montreal-Quebec on March 27th:
Best return to work practices after a prolonged absence, with

Marie-José Durand, Ph. D., erg., Professor at the École de réadaptation, Université de Sherbrooke, Researcher at the Centre d’action en prévention et en réadaptation au travail (CAPRIT)

Marie-France Coutu, Ph. D., psy., Professeure titulaire, École de réadaptation, Université de Sherbrooke
Professor at the École de réadaptation, Université de Sherbrooke, Researcher at the Centre d’action en prévention et en réadaptation au travail (CAPRIT)

Réal Cassista, Director, Health and Safety at Work, Desjardins Group

and

Marie-Claude Laporte, Senior Advisor, Disability Management and Wellness, Via Rail Canada.

March 27, 2019,
Montreal
and Québec : 9:00 A.M to Noon (UTC-5)
Paris : 3:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. (UTC +1)
IN FRENCH, FOR GLOBAL-WATCH AFFILIATES ONLY

 

Returning to work after a long-term absence is complex and needs to be optimally managed to ensure sustainability.

 
  •  What does the scientific knowledge recommend?
  • What are good practices to apply within the workplace?
  • How to use them to better manage return to work following a psychological disability?

 The videoconference of March 27th will allow you to discover:

  • The current state of knowledge on the subject, presented by Marie-José Durand, Ph.D. and Marie-France Coutu, Ph.D.
  • The experiences and concrete learnings of the Desjardins Group and Via Rail Canada in managing the return to work.

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