We commemorate those who have been injured, made ill or killed while on the job due to workplace hazards or incidents.
Each year on March 21, the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) joins with individuals, labour unions and other organizations around the world to recognize the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
This day gives us an opportunity to celebrate the French language and Canada’s rich French heritage and culture, while also reminding us to embrace the core values of peace, democracy and a respect for human rights.
Nursing Week is a time to acknowledge and celebrate the dedication, achievements and successes of nurses across Ontario. This year, Nursing Week runs from May 8 to 14. Begin your planning today!
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is proud to recognize the achievements – and honour the struggles – of all women on International Women’s Day.
Since its inception, ONA has been a leader in human rights issues that affect not only our members, but all members of our society. As health-care professionals, we have seen the effects bullying has had on our patients, clients and residents. As such, ONA supports Pink Shirt Day which was established to help raise awareness [...]
This year’s Social Work Week theme is “Social Workers: Real Expertise. Real Life. Real Impact.”
February 28, 2017 will be the 18th annual International Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Awareness Day. Reported RSIs account for more than 40 per cent of all lost-time injuries allowed by Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), the single largest class of compensation claims in the province. We need to work together to spread awareness and educate workers so these injuries can be prevented.
Gail Strachan - a Master's in Communication Management student from McMaster University - is seeking to understand the benefits of employee engagement in health care workplaces. The purpose of the study is to "understand the benefits of employee engagement and relationship management in reducing the attrition and burnout rates of health care employees, how that [...]
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