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dc.contributor.editorCsiernik, Rick
dc.date.accessioned2015-04-14T12:17:49Z
dc.date.available2015-04-14T12:17:49Z
dc.date.issued2014-06-02
dc.identifier.citationCsiernik, R. (2014). Workplace Wellness: Issues and Responses. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.en_US
dc.identifier.isbn978-1-55130-571-4 ; 1551305712
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/4546
dc.descriptionAbstract and table of contents only available via the UMB Digital Archive.
dc.description.abstractIn this book, contributing scholars, practitioners, and researchers offer their practice experience and findings related to creating workplace wellness with emphases on the intellectual, vocational, physical, social, psychological, and spiritual needs of workers and the structures and policies within their workplaces. The first section of the book, “The Hazardous Workplace,” addresses the stressful workplace, workplace violence, bullying, and counselling in an environment where stress is high and work entails more than the usual amount of risk. “Workplace Responses,” the second section, examines the history of occupational assistance, several models of employee assistance practice, the workplace management of dis/abilities, complications around drug testing on the job, the relevance of spirituality to the workplace, an Aboriginal perspective on work, and an evaluative mechanism for occupational programming. Intake and assessment, crisis intervention, critical incident stress management, brief treatment, counselling employees suffering from depression or experiencing grief, and the role of mediation inside and outside of the workplace are explored in the third section, entitled “Practice to Create Well Workplace.” And finally, four Case Studies comprise the final section, spanning the country while representing five very different work sites, including a child welfare organization in Ontario, the workforce of the University of Saskatchewan, a Canadian public sector employee assistance program, and a religious site where occupational assistance has been applied to a church community.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsPart I: The Hazardous Workplace Chapter 1: The Stressful Workplace, Rick Csiernik Chapter 2: Workplace Violence, Derek Chechak and Rick Csiernik Chapter 3: Workplace Bullying: A Canadian Perspective, Raymond T. Lee and Brenda L. Lovell Chapter 4: The Hazards of Being a Counsellor for the Hazardous Workplace, Kristi Darnell and Rick Csiernik Part II: Workplace Responses Chapter 5: From Welfare Capitalism to Workplace Wellness: A History of Occupational Assistance, Rick Csiernik Chapter 6: Wellness and the Workplace: Creating an Integrated Model of Occupational Assistance, Rick Csiernik and Derek Chechak Chapter 7: An Overview of Canadian Employee Assistance Programming, Rick Csiernik and Alex Csiernik Chapter 8: Disability Management in the Canadian Context, Tony Fasulo, Sara Martel, and Alex Csiernik Chapter 9: Drug Testing in the Workplace: Issues, Answers, and the Canadian Perspective, Scott Macdonald and Kimberly Sharpe Chapter 10: Spirituality and the Workplace, David W. Adams and Rick Csiernik Chapter 11: An Aboriginal Perspective on the Workplace and Wellness, Kelly Brownbill Chapter 12: Evaluating Occupational Programs, Rick Csiernik, David A. Sharar, and Richard D. Lennox Part III: Practice to Create a Well Workplace Chapter 13: Intake and Assessment in the Workplace Context, Jodi Jacobson Frey and Jennifer B. Pastoor Chapter 14: Crisis Intervention in the Workplace Context, Susan Alexander Chapter 15: Critical Incident Stress Management, Dermot Hurley, Sandy Ferreira, Melissa Brideau, and Claire Pain Chapter 16: Brief Treatment in the Workplace Context, Wayne Skinner Chapter 17: Depression and the Workplace, Louise Hartley, Alix Gordon-Moran, and Rick Csiernik Chapter 18: Responding to Grief in the Workplace, Hilda Sabadash and Kate McKeon Chapter 19: The Role of Mediation Inside and Outside of the Workplace, Rachel Birnbaum and David W. Adams Part IV: Case Studies Chapter 20: Keeping New Hires Well: An Example from Child Welfare, Rick Csiernik, Carrie Smith, Jennifer Dewar, Laura Dromgole, and Arlene O’Neill Chapter 21: Change, Evolution, and Adaptation: The University of Saskatchewan Experience, Rick Csiernik, Dave Hannah, and Jim Pender Chapter 22: A Process Evaluation of a Canadian Public Sector Employee Assistance Program, Rick Csiernik, Paul Chaulk, and Steve McQuaid Chapter 23: The Congregational Assistance Program: Bringing Occupational Assistance to Faith Communities, Rick Csiernik, Mark Vander Vennen, Marg Smit-Vandezande, and Ken Van Wyken_US
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dc.publisherCanadian Scholars Pressen_US
dc.subjectwellnessen_US
dc.subjectworkplaceen_US
dc.subjectEAPen_US
dc.subject.lcshEmployee assistance programsen_US
dc.titleWorkplace Wellness: Issues and Responsesen_US
dc.typeBooken_US


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