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Wellness

Research finds stress is bad for workers, bad for business

Research paints a picture of just how expensive work-related stress can be, both for workers’ health and for their employers.

Employee well-being

Workplace safety and health are moving beyond "do no harm" to include overall employee well-being.

Productive aging in the workplace

Supporting an aging workforce benefits everyone

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Don’t overlook depression and anxiety in the workplace

Depression and anxiety. Let’s talk about them. It’s time to shine a light on common disorders that often go unmentioned at work.

Current generations in the workforce infographic: Baby boomers 1946-1964, Generation X 1965-1980, Millennials 1981-1995, Generation Z, 1996-2012
Work-life balance: Views evolving with new generations

Work-life balance tips for each generation in the workforce.

Constant distraction can harm employees’ well-being

Employees can experience stress and burnout when they don’t take enough time to fully disconnect from work.

Ways to help employees struggling with mental health

You may have employees who are struggling with their mental health. Offering assistance and education about mental health can help them get back to a healthy place.

Fatigue and sleep deprivation in the workplace common, studies find

Fatigue and sleep deprivation in the workplace come with severe costs to health, safety and the economy.

Help your employees achieve the four elements of financial well-being

Address financial stress in your employees by applying the four elements of personal financial well-being to a financial wellness program.

10 statistics that make the case for workplace wellness programs

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce report “Winning With Wellness” makes the case for workplace wellness programs with some key employee health statistics.

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