From universities…
to organizations

Global-Watch aims to increase knowledge transfer between universities and organizations on the different aspects related to workplace health and well-being.

Scientific analyses to help you move to action

Increase general knowledge of workplace health and well-being

Present scientifically validated best practices as well as promising practices

Look at workplace health and well-being trends in depth

Share what’s true and what’s not to dispel myths or provide nuances

Move to action more easily and more quickly

Have an impact in your respective organizations based on proven data


Identify, sort, analyze, summarize, make accessible and interpret studies for affiliates

In this era of non-stop news and social media, where too often studies are the subject of headlines leaving viewers with the impression of the “discovery of the century” or a “magic bullet,” how can we tap into the real subject of a scientific consensus and conclusive data? This is one of the things that Global-Watch does for the benefit of its affiliates, with the support of its scientific team.

How to read our scientific analyses?

Because we go well beyond a simple summary, the input from our expert advisor is highlighted by colored areas, and icons identify each section.
In addition to the scientific team’s work, Global-Watch’s team presents avenues for reflection and for action in its supplement.

Recent scientific monitoring articles

Scientific Team

Scientific Committee

France St-Hilaire, Ph. D., CRHA
Associate professor, Human Resource Management, Université de Sherbrooke
Director of Équipe sur les organisations en santé (ÉOS)
Scientific director of Réseau

Daniel Chamberland-Tremblay, Ph. D.
Associate professor, School of Management, Université de Sherbrooke
Co-director of Pôle de recherche en intelligence stratégique et multidimensionnelle d’entreprise (PRISME)

Marie-Hélène Gilbert, Ph. D., psychologue
Assistant professor,
Business Administration, Université Laval
Researcher at Équipe sur les organisations en santé (ÉOS)

Michel Pérusse, Ph. D.
Adjunct professor, School of Management, Université de Sherbrooke
Researcher at Équipe sur les organisations en santé (ÉOS)

Marie-Eve Major, Ph. D., Ergonomist
Associate professor
Faculté des Sciences de l’activité physique, Université de Sherbrooke
Researcher at Équipe sur les organisations en santé (ÉOS)


From science to action, while promoting interaction among employers and integration of practices

Global-Watch's offer at a glance

Examples of tools

  • Scientific monitoring / content distribution
  • Market monitoring / identification of tools and trends
  • Detailed thematic dockets (including literature review and toolkit)
  • Covers all themes related to workplace health and well-being
  • International monitoring (scientific and market) based on WHERE expertise may be found
  • Content that is selected, summarized, discussed and interpreted
  • Tools, resources, recommendations and turnkey deployment kit
  • Case studies // Clips from experts


  • Bilingual (English and French)
  • Neutral and objective compared to other offerings in the marketplace
  • Financed by employers
  • From everywhere - based on where expertise may be found
  • Takes into account the reality organizations are facing
  • Community of interest (dialogue on research, case studies, workshops, etc.)
  • Concierge services (personalized research and analysis)
  • Annual meetings and meetings with organizations