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Bad bosses can take a serious psychological toll, research shows.
Those of us who are yogis, monks, practice meditation or prayer in groups or when alone, understand the benefits of mindfulness
If President-elect Trump would like to do something useful to reform healthcare, he could start with workplace wellness, truly the "swamp" of the Affordable Care Act.
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This article first appeared on QuietRev.com Leigh Stringer wants you to take care of yourself at work, and she knows how
As a wellness coordinator, your attitude can not only make or break employee participation, but can actually impact how well an employee does throughout your wellness program. Taking a positive, proactive approach to your wellness program can make it both more popular and more effective.
About 17.6 million adults in the U.S. currently suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence. Several million more people engage in risky, binge drinking patterns that can lead to alcohol addiction.
4. Sense Of Purpose: We want to make a meaningful difference and to know our work matters. *Image courtesy of Gordie Wood
In 2015, we performed over 85,000 biometric screenings. That means we screened over 85,000 American employees! In the report
Labor Day is a time to pay tribute to the contributions workers have made to the prosperity of our country. But you probably don't think about workplace safety much. Most of us show up to work each day and we take it for granted that we will return home safely.
You've heard it before and you'll hear it again, when it comes to your health journey, don't be afraid to start small! Even the tiniest of first steps towards a healthy lifestyle is a great first step to take.
Employees are afraid of discussing it with co-workers and bosses. They don't want to lose their jobs, damage relationships or risk future employers learning of illnesses and judging them. The stigma of mental illness keeps them silent.
So you've done your biometric screening event. You did the organization, recruitment and it was a success! A few weeks later, you received your aggregate results. But now what?
The pesky workplace weasel is not native to one type of job or place. It can be found stirring up trouble worldwide. But until someone comes up with a genius app that reveals nasty coworkers, we have to rely on our own primal instincts to spot them.
Check out these eight companies that offer wellness perks we all want to take advantage of. Even if you don't have the means for these specific wellness perks, consider them as inspiration for innovative wellness ideas of your own.
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