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News and Updates

  • Share your feedback for workplace skills curriculum development

    June 07, 2022

    HRHSE is conducting a needs analysis to identify transferable workplace skills needed by all U of A staff and faculty. Share your feedback!

  • New resource for biocontainment level 2 labs

    June 07, 2022

    New guidelines aim to simplify federal requirements

  • June 2022 Lunch & Learn Bulletin

    May 20, 2022

    Lunch and Learns are one hour sessions devoted to the dimensions of health and well-being. In June, we will explore mental health with a serious look at men's suicide prevention and then a focus on relaxation strategies; as well as personal financial health with estate planning.

  • June 2022 Lunch & Learn Bulletin

    May 20, 2022

    Lunch and Learns are one hour sessions devoted to the dimensions of health and well-being. In June, we will explore mental health with a serious look at men's suicide prevention and then a focus on relaxation strategies; as well as personal financial health with estate planning.

  • Life Lines - Indigenous Peoples and Trauma

    May 16, 2022

    Both employers and employees recognize that racialized people and members of equity-deserving groups experience challenges that significantly affect their lives. Colonial trauma has been part of Indigenous peoples' lives since the first Europeans arrived and established permanent settlements in Turtle Island, the area now known as Canada. Unfortunately, Indigenous Peoples experience discrimination such as microaggressions that surface in any number of daily routine interactions, including with coworkers.

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