Bringing together scholars and practice professionals from the field of occupational assistance, Workplace Wellness provides a thorough understanding of the major health and social issues facing the contemporary workplace. This second edition of the popular Wellness and Work (2005) builds on the wide breadth of history and knowledge found in the first collection, also edited by, and with essays from, Rick Csiernik. A new opening section examines hazards and risks in the workplace, including stress, violence, bullying, and trauma, and an expanded number of case studies explore the outcomes of existing occupational assistance programs in a variety of sectors across Canada. Workplace Wellness considers the history of these programs, reviews current efforts to mitigate hazards and create a well workplace, and offers students and seasoned practitioners a how-to guide for crisis intervention and dealing with issues such as depression, grief, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Emphasizing the necessity of healthy workplace structures and practices for the twenty-first century global economy, this revised and updated collection will be a crucial text for students in the helping professions, including counseling, social work, and occupational health, as well as those working in service delivery organizations.Drug testing is a process that detects metabolites from illicit and prescription psychoactive drugs. ... Oral fluid testing has also become more common in recent years, partly because it has the advantage of being less invasive during collection, anbsp;...
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