The Healthy Workplace (2000)


The third biannual Canadian Labour and Business Centre Leadership Survey was conducted between March and April 2000, and was sent to 4,442 business leaders in the private sector, public sector management and leaders of trade unions.

The survey asked a number of questions relating to labour and management perceptions of the problems facing the economy, labour-management relations, the changing nature of work and work arrangements, and other areas of interest to the Canadian Labour and Business Centre’s Board of Directors.

Included in this year's survey for the first time were questions relating to the healthy workplace. This paper discusses the key indicators of a healthy workplace; trends in these key indicators; assessment of changes in workplace health and safety overall; the major factors behind these changes; and suggested action to ameliorate health hazards to employees at work.

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Canadian Labour and Business Centre and Chris Parsley. The Healthy Workplace 2000. Web. 4 Dec. 2022 <>
Canadian Labour and Business Centre & Chris Parsley (2000). The Healthy Workplace. Retrieved December 4, 2022, from
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