Any business, no matter how small, can create a workplace culture that encourages healthy lifestyles. And since employees spend an average of 47 hours per week at work, your work environment is ground zero for encouraging healthy lifestyles.
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Incorporating “mindfulness” practices into your life can have a wide range of positive health benefits like improving your memory, sleep and immune system, along with reducing feelings of loneliness, stress and increasing compassion toward others and yourself.
Healthy workers are happy and productive workers. This means creating an environment and culture that support employees in taking care of their minds and bodies is not only a moral obligation for employer, but also a business imperative.
If your career is managed properly, you can maximize raises, bonuses, and perks for each new role you land. Thus, creating the positive financial landscape to invest in your home and maintain good investments among other things.
There are four phases to effective communication based on empathy and validation instead of one-upping, comparison and narcissistic dialogue.
Creating your organization’s culture requires a long-term investment of time and talent. There will be critics and initiatives will fail, but if it’s done well, investing in your culture will yield a return on that investment both financially and in the quality of employee experiences.
The job market is tighter than ever in our booming economy, which means that hiring businesses need to make a compelling case to job seekers on why they should come work for them. Competitive salaries and a strong company culture are a given, but what about perks and benefits.
How you spend your time, both in and out of work matters. And sometimes, in order to be more productive, you need to take a sick day.
The percentage of Americans 65 and older who say they are employed full-time or part-time has continued to increase in recent years, from 12.8% (4 million people) in 2000 to 18.8% (9 million people) in 2016.
Of course, illegal age discrimination under a variety of federal and state laws, but that and $3.50 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks.
The one-size-fits-all wellness program can have far reach, but perhaps little impact on true behavior changes. So how do you encourage those who are ready and willing to make changes, but feel intimidated or discouraged by the seemingly insurmountable task at hand?