Nominations are now open for the 2015 Employee Recognition Awards.
Take Our Kids to Work Day brought more than 40 grade nine students through the campus Wednesday.
The University of Windsor has received an award from the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit for its strategies to promote workplace health.
The Training Advisory Committee invites faculty and staff to share ideas about topics of interest.
A suggestion box invites faculty and staff to share ideas for the comprehensive workplace wellness action plan.
The University’s wellness activities earned it the 2013 Gord Smith Healthy Workplace Award.
Human Resources is seeking faculty and staff volunteers to serve on a new committee promoting health and wellness to UWindsor employees.
With displays and literature on everything from nutrition to sexual health, the Faculty and Staff Wellness Fair in the CAW Student Centre on Tuesday was an educational affair—but the learning wasn’t just on the client side.
Fourth-year nursing student Lisa Lee, one of the event’s organizers, said she learned a lot, too.
Door prizes and refreshments await attendees at the Faculty & Staff Wellness Fair on Tuesday, October 30, in the CAW Student Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium.
The event offers UWindsor employees information on a variety of health and wellness topics, says Marcela Ciampa, manager of employee engagement and development in Human Resources.
It will run 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Interactive stations will allow patrons to: