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International Women’s Day 2021: Choose to Challenge

International Women's Day Poster for 2021

The Academic Women’s Success and Mentorship Committee in collaboration with Human Resources Services proudly present International Women’s Day 2021! This year’s theme is Choose to Challenge. Join us for an insightful conversation with a phenomenal panel of speakers discussing the IWD2021 theme Choose to Challenge and how they are championing transformative change across McMaster. Dr. Stacey Ritz – Assistant […]

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March Newsletter Now Available: Women’s Mental Health

Homewood Health, McMaster’s Employee and Family Assistance Provider, (EFAP) is pleased to release the March 2021 edition of the Life Lines newsletter, “Women’s Mental Health”. In this article, Homewood Health shares some of the ideas and realities they’ve uncovered about women’s mental health, including a look at the issue through the lens of the COVID-19 […]

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February Newsletter Now Available: Identifying Prejudice and Racial Injustice

Homewood Health, McMaster’s Employee and Family Assistance Provider, (EFAP) is pleased to release the February 2021 edition of the Life Lines newsletter, “Identifying Prejudice and Racial Injustice“. In this article, Homewood Health looks at ways to recognize discrimination and provide some suggestions on how to address it to change behaviours, attitudes and take action. Understanding […]

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February Newsletter for Leaders Now Available: Workplace Equity

Homewood Health, McMaster’s Employee and Family Assistance Provider, (EFAP) is pleased to release the February 2021 edition of the Vitality newsletter for leaders, “Workplace Equity” Injustice“. Workplace equity is the fair treatment for employees in every facet of life regardless of their gender expression, race, disability, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, or age.  The two primary […]

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