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At the Breaking Point: The growing problem of workplace stress and burnout, and what to do about it

Dr. Greg A. Chung-Yan speaks on a panel about workplace stress and burnout.

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Stress, like other workplace hazards, can adversely affect employees’ health, making them more susceptible to both physical and mental illnesses; it can also cause employees to become dissatisfied and quit their jobs. In light of these facts, employers, unions, and regulators are increasingly recognizing workplace stress as both a serious occupational health and safety hazard and a significant labour relations concern. In this session, a leading expert on workplace stress will join experienced labour lawyers to address occupational health and safety, human rights, and labour relations issues that arise as a result of workplace stress.

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Dr. Greg A. Chung-Yan: Brief biography

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