Nancy called in sick to work again today. Last week, her car wouldn’t start. This week, she says she has the flu. But in reality, Nancy feels invisible at work. She dreads the thought of sharing workspace with coworkers. Everyone shares things in common, laughs at department jokes and lunches together. If she could be honest, ... Continue Reading
Americans drink an estimated 450 million cups of coffee each day. The National Coffee Association reports that one in eight Americans consume coffee on a daily basis, while only one in six drink water. Is that a good thing?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) states that coffee has earned an improved ... Continue Reading
When Amazon introduced Take Your Dog to Work Day in 1998, one of the first dogs to visit was Rufus, a Welsh Corgi.
His husband-and-wife owners made him part of their work team. They would use Rufus’ paw to click the computer mouse.
Employees loved it. The dogs had fun, too.
What started as an ... Continue Reading
A robust corporate wellness program can help you attract new employees and keep the ones you have in one of the worst labor markets in U.S. history.
They prove that you care about the well-being of your workforce.
The goal of a corporate wellness program is to inspire your workers. You want them to make ... Continue Reading
If you’re considering a corporate wellness program but you’re afraid it’s too expensive, you’ve fallen victim to a myth that can end up costing you money.
Companies lose $84 million a year in productivity due to chronic physical and mental ... Continue Reading