Want to be a part of discovering and sharing fresh trends, strategies and research relating to healthy workplaces and healthy employees?
We’ve taken steps to help you mobilize your interests and insights: our Healthy Workplaces blog.
Homewood Human Solutions’ Healthy Workplaces blog (www.healthyworkplaces.info) is a social media space for sharing innovations and insights for creating high performing workplaces. Our vision is to establish Homewood Human Solutions™ as a valuable online community member and resource, through expert and meaningful contributions that advance everyone’s collective knowledge of mental health and addictions, organizational and employee health, and productivity.
Through Healthy Workplaces, we’re striving to:
- Use the power of collective knowledge and social collaboration to contribute to innovative ideas and viewpoints;
- Learn from others who have common interests, and
- To shape and influence the future of our understanding and promotion of good mental health and vibrant workplaces.
New to blogging? A blog is simply a website about a single subject. Unlike traditional websites, a blog allows us to seek out and publish information instantly, and it offers two-way communication so visitors can contribute, share, and discover along with us.
Privacy. In all of our services, Homewood Human Solutions™ takes every step to ensure privacy, confidentiality, and security. Because a blog offers two-way communication, we have added an extra security step and posting policy that requires anyone who wants to comment on our blog to first register on the blog and receive approval for posting.
Posting Policy. Conversation on Healthy Workplaces is strongly encouraged, however:
- Homewood Human Solutions™ reserves the right to moderate comments on the blog as necessary to prevent medical, personal and confidential information from being posted.
- We remove all spam, personal attacks, profanity, and off topic commentary.
- We reserve the right to change the posting guidelines at any time, at our sole discretion when it is in the best interests of our readers and contributors.
- The inclusion of any site acknowledgments, identification of any person or entity in the Site, or any hypertext link to another person or entity shall not, in any manner, be construed as an endorsement of such person’s or entity’s World Wide Web site, products, services, or contributions to the Site.
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