WILL Interactive and Give an Hour have partnered to develop Emotional Life Skills® @ Work to address the increased workplace mental health issues exacerbated by Covid-19.
Leaders are often quick to put in place measures to safeguard others without taking ample time to look after their own well-being.
Like it or not, emotional wellness is now a workplace issue and, thus, a leadership issue. You cannot outsource concern for your people during a pandemic and quarantine; it must come from you.
Thriver raises $33M and expands its technology-driven workplace culture platform beyond food programs to include virtual events, health and wellness, and professional development initiatives that engage employees and promote a thriving workplace.
As we recorded this episode, the coronavirus pandemic was impacting nearly all industries — and employees. To find out how learning and development (L&D) can support employee wellness and well-being, we spoke with Celeste Headlee, award-winning...
Regardless of industry, people are a company’s biggest asset. As you plan a return to work, continuing to keep their physical and mental well-being top of mind is essential to ensuring the most seamless transition possible.
A good wellness strategy can help reduce absences, lower turnover rates and increase productivity, resulting in a significant economic impact.
These days, we don’t even do that much unplugging, as we go from video meeting marathons during work hours to video chats with family and friends after work.