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Sixteen Signs That an Employee Is a Sociopath

Sixteen Signs that Employee is a Sociopath Research shows sociopaths will show several or more of the following traits. Do any of these sound like one of your employees? They’re superficially charming and intelligent. They sometimes say things that seem very irrational. At times, they display signs of extreme nervousness, or other neuroses. They aren’t reliable,… Read More

Moneyball for Mindfulness

Mindfulness in the workplace seems to be the “New” buzz word in the EAP world the last couple of years.  It’s becoming so important we teach employers the mental skills to help there employees understand that each employee has their own day to day stress both at home and in the workplace. Becoming mindful of… Read More

Can your wellness program keep pace with high tech employees?

By now you’ve probably heard that one-size-fits-all workplace wellness programs don’t work. In today’s high tech world, we’re wired to expect a personalized experience. Your employees assume their technology is learning who they are and delivering relevant content – they expect the same from their wellness program. Employees need a seamless experience that reflects who… Read More

Opioids in the workplace

May 16, 2017 Reprint From – by Harold Brubaker & Jane M. Von Bergen – Staff Writers Former Phillies pitcher Dickie Noles had a 1980 World Series ring on his finger and trouble in his heart. “I had been drinking and messing around most of my life,” he said. Opioids were not Noles’ addiction… Read More

5 Steps Businesses Can Take to Curb Opioid Abuse

  EAP’s Can Assist Employers – Opioid Abuse Opioid abuse is become more common in the workplace.  A new survey by the National Safety Council taken last month revealed that 70 percent of businesses say that prescription drug use – particularly use of opioids painkillers – has affected their business. According to the CDC, 91 people… Read More

Police Suicide — And The Solutions

Police Suicide— And The Solutions – By Andy O’Hara Reprint From       As of the end of the first quarter of 2017, 29 police officers have died of police suicide. Nationwide, an initial but significant increase in police suicide over the same period last year.  These are just the ones we know of and are… Read More

EAP’s remain best option for mental health in the workplace

BY PAULA PEACOCK – Benefits Pro EAP’s remain best option for mental health in the workplace. Once considered to be the silent tsunami of the workplace, the issue of employee mental health is increasingly becoming a topic of conversation in C-suites around the country — and rightfully so. When it comes to the impact of mental… Read More

LGBTQ Support in the Workplace

Reprinted with permission – Employee Assistance Report – LGBTQ By Carolyn Ruck According to the Welcoming Project, more than 9 million American adults identify themselves as LGBTQ  (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or questioning). They represent diverse ages, racial/ethnic backgrounds, religious convictions, and belief systems, as do their allies. This fact, combined with increasing employment protections, means employees… Read More

Exercise at work also has mental health benefits

Spending too many hours sitting at your desk or inside an office is known to be unhealthy, so workplace health programs have been designed to improve employees’ physical health by encouraging exercise and activity. Now researchers at UCLA have shown another important but lesser-recognized benefit to such programs: improved mental health. With half of all… Read More

Supreme Court ruling hampers efforts to prevent marijuana DUI’s

Denise A. Valenti Removing those who drive from the road if they are under the influence of drugs or alcohol just got more complicated for law enforcement officers. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 23 that obtaining biologic specimens using a breathalyzer is allowed, but obtaining blood specimens will require a warrant. In Birchfield v…. Read More