People get sick. And it can happen at the most inopportune times, often delaying projects and timelines to the point where catching-up can be a project in and of itself. While the average person that has been at their job between five and 10 years takes about eight sick days each year, it’s not always clear…
Today’s companies and organizations demand more from employees than ever in the past. With Americans working as many as 499 additional hours each year than those in other developed countries, the need for a healthy & productive work environment is increasingly important. Workplace ergonomics can have a huge influence on overall health and can even…
Positive Body language is an asset at work. Communication is 20 percent verbal and 80 percent non-verbal. So projecting positivity and confidence relies greatly on what your body is saying. And many co-workers and managers are more likely to believe your non-verbal communication than your verbal communication. Does yours align?
Paid parental leave is a rarity in the United States, making us one of the advanced nations without it. However, it may slowly be catching on.
If work wasn’t forty hours a week or more, we could easily justify not worrying about health at work. But we spend so much time working that it is important to incorporate these simple activities into your daily routine in order to improve your health.
Want to be an excellent leader at work? If so, you likely need to have a considerable amount of emotional intelligence in the workplace. Emotional intelligence aids leaders motivate, connect with, empathize, understand, and rally their work force. See if you have the emotional intelligence it takes.
Numerous studies show that stress in the workplace is the major source of stress for American adults. So what are the main workplace stressors that you can look out for? And once you identify them, what can you do in order to reduce these stressors?