Global-Watch aims to increase knowledge transfer between universities and organizations on the different aspects related to workplace health and well-being.
The lockdown, forced telework, work-life conflicts, job loss and work overload are all sources of stress that workers have been exposed to since the start of the pandemic and that jeopardize their mental health.read more
How can we stay connected without getting techno-stressed?read more
“Do you really want to press send?” Making sure that a hastily sent email doesn’t become an instance of cyber incivility
Professional interactions via electronic communication devices may be quick and efficient, but their use may also represent a little-known psychological health risk.read more
How will you return to work after this period of slowdown or downtime?read more
A few tips for managers to manage the return to workread more
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
Scientific monitoring is under the direction of:
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 Global-Watch.com
Marie-Élise Labrecque, M.A.
Coordinator – Scientific Content of Réseau Global-Watch.com
Université de Sherbrooke, Longueuil campus