Are Your Best Intentions Causing Harm?

Room 42 is recorded before a live studio audience

In this episode, Eric James discusses identity, work, and wellness and the role communication plays in workplace health/lifestyle promotion and managerial control.

Wednesday October 27th @ 8:30 AM Pacific/US

In this episode

Dr. Eric P. James has always been good at asking questions, often seeing multiple-sides to complex issues. Eric is an Associate Professor in the Communication Studies Department at Metropolitan State University of Denver. He researches issues relating to workplace wellness, organizational identity, and control. He asks questions about the consequences of the ever-present creeping arm of managerial control. He has been published in a variety of outlets including the Journal of Applied Communication Research and Management Communication Quarterly.

In this episode of Room 42, we explore the relationship between work, worker identities. We look at workplace wellness as a model for communication with content consumers. We discuss the role of our employer in maintaining the health of employees. With workplace wellness growing in popularity throughout the corporate landscape, it seems almost more rare for an organization not to have employee wellness practices. With more and more employers adopting wellness and fitness for their employees, we discuss the implications and consequences of workplace wellness using white-collar and blue-collar case-studies and various “extreme” cases of workplace health/lifestyle promotion.





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