At Work archive

Article Issue
Depressive symptoms in people with arthritis linked to lower employment rates No. 102, Fall
Socioeconomic gaps in early mortality widening over two decades: study No. 102, Fall
What research can do: Estimating the role of workplaces in COVID-19 transmissions No. 101, Summer
Comparing the costs, benefits of silica dust prevention methods for construction workers No. 101, Summer
Workplaces face many complex challenges when managing episodic disabilities: study No. 101, Summer
Workers exposed to common hazards more likely to report their injuries: IWH study No. 101, Summer
Understanding challenges in hospitals’ workplace violence reporting systems No. 101, Summer
IWH researchers adapting research for the COVID-19 context No. 100, Spring
Anxiety levels among health-care workers during COVID-19 linked to inadequate PPE No. 100, Spring
What research can do: How IWH research is responding to COVID-19 No. 100, Spring
Coronavirus: The risks to essential workers with hidden health conditions No. 100, Spring
Supporting settlement agencies to raise OHS awareness among newcomers No. 100, Spring
At-work use of cannabis reported by 1 in 12 workers—no change since legalization No. 100, Spring
Setting up a temporary home office No. 100, Spring
Poorer post-injury experiences lead to worse RTW outcomes for psychological claimants No. 99, Winter
Can an eight-item questionnaire pick up on real-world differences in OHS practice? No. 99, Winter
What research can do: IWH newcomer training resource sees uptake by various groups in Canada No. 99, Winter
Strategy launched for greater workforce inclusion of people with disabilities No. 99, Winter
Estimating the societal costs of work injuries and illnesses in five EU countries No. 99, Winter
Grant round-up: Anticipating future risks among externally funded projects under way at IWH No. 99, Winter
What research can do: IWH researchers help MPs examine episodic disabilities and work issues No. 98, Fall
Employers certified by COR programs have greater reduction in injury rates: studies No. 98, Fall
Claimants’ perceptions of fair treatment linked to lower odds of poor mental health No. 98, Fall
Program raised workplace mental health awareness, but not likelihood of policy No. 98, Fall
Addressing communication issues faced by supervisors, case managers key to well-run RTW process No. 98, Fall