Remote working and Wellness, Work Organization and Work/Life Balance
Organizer: Gilles Dupuis (Ph.D.), University of Quebec at Montreal
Date: June 15, 2021
Time: 2 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.(CET – Central European Time); 8 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. (Montreal Time).
The Covid-19 pandemic brought forth two aspects of society’s daily life: quality of life and remote working. This LAB will focus on tools that may help improve employees’ quality of life during remote working periods. The mental and physical dimensions will be addressed via easy yoga postures on a chair and the work/life balance via adapted strategies of work organization.
Julie Banville plays various roles in the corporate health and wellness industry. She is a rehabilitation consultant, a Yoga therapist, author, and entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of ZEN&CO., a firm offering tailor-made corporate programs across Canada. She is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) and the Académie des naturopathes et naturothérapeutes du Canada.
Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay is a specialist in human resource management, economics, and sociology of work. She holds a PhD in economics from the University of Paris-I – Sorbonne and a post-graduate DEA in sociology of work. She is full professor at Université TÉLUQ (Université du Québec). Two important topics of her research interests are Work-Family-Life Balance and Parental Leave.
Gilles Dupuis, PhD, is a full professor at the department of psychology, UQAM. He is a specialist in health psychology, methodology/statistics and in evaluation of Quality of life and Quality of work life. He is the author of the Quality-of-life systemic inventory (QLSI) and co-author of the Quality of work life systemic inventory (QWLSI): http://qualitedevie.lepsyq.ca/. He is also a yoga teacher.