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Employers can reduce employee burnout

As we’ve adjusted to life during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve moved toward greater awareness and acceptance that work-related stress can and must be managed. Many employers have begun to expand their view of mental health, employee burnout, productivity and the interaction between these factors. However, much remains to be done...

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Employee Burnout!

The COVID-19 pandemic has redefined “workday” for millions of Americans. Many employers have switched to remote offices to protect their workforce’s physical health and have implemented new policies to safeguard those whose jobs cannot be performed remotely. Even before the pandemic, four in 10 employees stated that they struggled to...

Building a workplace culture of health – during COVID-19 and beyond

Building a culture of health is a strategic priority for many large companies. It begins with employers broadening their view of health to embrace the interconnectedness of physical and mental health and take a full health approach. While the coronavirus pandemic has complicated the challenge of building a healthy workplace...