Fostering female empowerment through employee benefits
Canadian HRReporter (in partnership with CCA)
As companies strive to create more inclusive and supportive work environments, one area that is often overlooked is women’s health. More specifically, women’s musculoskeletal (MSK) health. “Dr. Stacy Sims, a female physiology and nutrition scientist out of New Zealand said it best: ‘Women are not small men,’” says Dr. Carol Ann Weis, OCA member, and associate professor and course coordinator for female care at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College … By strategizing benefits and policies that recognize women’s MSK health, companies not only improve the lives of their female employees, but they can also create a healthier, more engaged workforce.