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Explore your Potential: Work/Life Balance

A Guide to Success in the Workplace

Whether it is your first day on the job or your 10th year on the job, the tips and activities in this guide will help you to reach your full potential at work. (Adobe Icon 796 KB)

Work-Life Balance Quiz

Take this quiz and find out if you are in balance.

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Resource

Simply put, work/life balance initiatives are any benefits, policies, or programs that help create a better balance between the demands of the job and the healthy management (and enjoyment) of life outside work.

Manitoba Healthy Living and Seniors – Active Living

Physical activity increases energy levels, reduces stress, strengthens the heart and lungs, and helps us achieve and maintain a healthy body weight - all important aspects of a healthy lifestyle. Often society does not encourage physical activity. To counter this, both healthy individual choices and communities that support active living options such as walking trails, bike paths, accessible public transportation, and active community events are important.

Manitoba Healthy Living and Seniors – Mental Health

Mental health promotion involves actions to improve the mental well-being of individuals, families, organizations and communities. Because everyone has mental health needs, mental health promotion programs target the whole community.

Health and Safety 101

Health and Safety 101 is an e-course developed by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) in Ontario, to provide workers 24 years old and younger with important health and safety information.

SAFE Work Manitoba

SAFE Work is an injury and illness prevention strategy developed by the Workers Compensation Board (WCB) and the Workplace Safety and Health Division (WSHD). The goal is to reduce the time-loss injury rate in the workplace by 25 percent over five years with the participation of industry, labour and educational organizations.

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