A Harvard study discovered that, for the average employee, insomnia contributes to the loss of 11.3 days’ worth of productivity every year. Here are 6 ways you can help your employees get better sleep.
What if, instead of taking a reductionist stance, creating minimal programs with minimal effect, we mirrored the complexity of human wellness in our efforts? What if we addressed the physical and the mental with equal and adequate attention? What if we did more?
We’re targeting the wrong people, attempting to create accountability where none could take root, and failing to translate momentary successes into life-long habits. It’s not necessarily our fault. We did the logical things. But we’ve failed. Miserably.
Preparing the office for cold and flu season is essential for the health and well-being of both your employees and your business. Here are six things you can do now to lessen the likelihood of suffering from a sick-related skeleton staff later.
Learning these five tools will not only increase your enjoyment of your time at home, but you may also wind up a more effective and efficient business person, as well.
When organizations invest in the overall health of their workers, health care costs drop and star prospects show up for interviews. It’s true. But it’s a truth some companies still struggle with.
If you thought backaches were the only hazard as you ease on down the road, think again. We have the scoop on how commuting can negatively impact your health — and what you can do to change that.
Workplace stress can be an unfortunate reality even when you love your job. And the best way for you to reduce stress will be as personal as your stress triggers and your reactions to them.
Employee retention is a big money-saver, and if you’re losing good employees for family-related reasons, some of these six ideas could help you attract and keep some of the best workers out there.