Oct. 25, 2012 The age-old question of what makes people happy is alive and well in the workplace. So how to we keep employees engaged and happy in the era of high turnover? One answer lies in getting a new perspective about what we do and its ripple effects. Start by communicating how our work adds value to co-workers and the world beyond.
Oct. 11, 2012 A culture of workplace wellness makes it possible for employees to come to work in an atmosphere that encourages them to be positive and accountable, while improving their personal and professional well-being. And because healthier and happier employees are more productive, energized and engaged, actively promoting employee wellness is an investment that literally and figuratively pays off.
By Lisa Meloche Oct. 11, 2012 Every day, one million employees are absent from work due to stress related disorders. According to the American Institute of Stress, 62 percent of Americans attribute the majority of their stress related to work and 66 percent of Americans suffer from a chronic health condition related to stress. With […]
Oct. 11, 2012 With 62 percent of Americans pointing to work as the source of the majority of their stress and hence the pain and health problems associated with it companies are recognizing the importance of helping employees manage and reduce their stress and symptoms. Self-help techniques and on-site solutions are a good place to start.
Sept. 27, 2012 – The next time you’re in front of senior leadership in a meeting, in the cafeteria, or in an elevator, think about the reality of their lives, and have a little empathy. That will create a relationship based more on collaboration than on fear. That will be good for the company and for your career.
Sept. 27, 2012 Company health fairs are becoming an increasingly popular way to highlight the importance of health to employees. Creating an event that is well attended, educational, and supports long-term health management can be achieved by following key steps.
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