Employee Health & Wellness

5 Tips for Being Smarter About Alcohol in Your Workplace

By Tim Stein I am always surprised at the growing rate in which alcohol is showing up in the workplace. Beer on tap, wine carts, kegs—it’s all designed as a workplace perk. The problem? One out of every 12 adults is suffering from an alcohol abuse or dependency issue. In fact, more than 21 million …

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Strategies to Overcome Mental Health Stigmas in the Workplace | Company Profile

By Corinna Cornejo Leaving mental health conditions untreated is costly—both in terms of dollars and lives. U.S. businesses lose billions of dollars in lost earnings each year due to untreated mental health conditions. With one in five Americans living with a mental health condition, this problem is more common than most people realize. Effective treatments …

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12 Things Startups Should Consider When Buying Health Insurance

As your small business grows, you may find that you want, or need, to offer insurance coverage, such as medical, dental or vision, to your employees. Offering these benefits can help attract and retain top talent, but it’s also a big investment that should not be taken lightly. To find out more about what businesses …

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How Much ‘Paid Time Off’ Should Your Company Offer Employees?

As summer draws to a close, have your employees taken advantage of all the paid vacation time available to them? Workers who don’t take sufficient time off can suffer from stress and burnout, making them less effective at their jobs. Yet a survey by employee scheduling and time tracking software provider TSheets reports that many …

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Overcoming Founder’s Blues: How Entrepreneurs Can Recognize and Treat Depression and Anxiety

By Srini Pillay Mental health is a leading cause of disability in the workplace, yet 71% of U.S. adults will not contact a mental health professional. In fact, people loathe talking about mental health in the workplace, and the C-suite in businesses of all sizes is no exception. One key reason people do not talk …

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