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Tag Archives: Wellness

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Take the Issue of Money off the Table (#5 Agile HR Themes)

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Compensation and bonuses are still used as predominant way to incentivize and recognize people. However, Lean | Agile Enterprises avoid individual cash incentives that are so toxic for their teams and instead move to more meaningful ways of reward and appreciation, that acknowledge the fact that people are driven by mastery, […]

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Evidence-based Actions to Worksite Wellness Stress Management

Author: Iryna Hryban — Evidence-based Actions Employers Can Take (Part II – Worksite Wellness Stress Management Series)   Some level of stress at work is unavoidable, so the goal is to minimize and control stress levels. Research shows that employers can reduce stress levels in the workplace, leading to healthier employees and better functioning companies. […]

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The Importance of Stress Management

Author: Iryna Hryban — The Importance of Stress Management (Part I – Worksite Wellness Stress Management Series)   Job stress is a common and costly problem, and research indicates most employees feel they have more on‑the-job stress than employees a generation ago. Occupational stress is most likely to occur when workplace demands overwhelm a person’s capacity […]

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The New Age of Corporate Wellness

Author: Harrison Newman — The concept of corporate wellness has been around for decades. It’s a way for both self-insured and fully-insured companies to help their employees with early prevention of disease and other health issues, while lowering total overall cost. The components of most corporate wellness programs are well established and often include biometric […]

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Identifying the It in Fit

Author: Harrison Newman — Wouldn’t it be great if you could tell who in your company is healthy just by looking at them? We know that’s not possible. It’s the same as assuming that a person who’s 6’ 7” is a great basketball player. Likewise, there’s more to a person’s health than what you can […]

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