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Flexible Working is Most Important

By Zoe Wickens More than three-quarters (77%) of employees think flexible working is the most important benefit when considering a job move in 2022, according to research by global HR and payroll firm Remote. The firm surveyed 10,000 full-time employees across the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the US, to find out what the most desirable employee… Read More


Social Anxiety and Loneliness

By SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE FEBRUARY 22, 2022 Driven by Different Brain States Despite similar symptoms, loneliness and social anxiety are driven by different brain states, according to new research published in JNeurosci. Loneliness can have detrimental consequences on physical and mental health, yet there are currently few behavioral interventions for loneliness like there are for other conditions. Lieberz… Read More


Optimize Workplace Culture

Resignation shows how workers are experiencing a purpose crisis. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in September 2021, a record high, showing that “The Great Resignation” (also referred to as “The Great Realization”) is in full swing. The COVID-19 pandemic gave many people time to stop and think and reevaluate their professional and… Read More


Employers seeing resignation spikes this summer?

By Kathryn Moody Will employers seeing resignation spikes this summer? Brief: While general wisdom holds that few people wanted to leave their jobs during the pandemic, data from Visier shows that voluntary resignations did not drop as dramatically as may have been presumed — and for some groups of employees, resignations even increased, the workforce analytics… Read More


Want positive employee experiences?

Start with Wellbeing Here’s why Limeade’s Laura Hamill says there’s ‘so much more work to do in wellbeing.’ By: Kathryn Mayer HR professionals often roll out program after program, thinking that’s how they can improve the employee experience. But if organizations don’t work on creating positive employee emotions, or try to positively affect or improve employee… Read More


Keeping patients on track

Quick Safety – The Joint Commission Keeping patients on track with preventative care during pandemic Due to fear of exposure to COVID-19, many patients are not seeking preventative care, placing their health in jeopardy. An estimated 40.9% of adults in the U.S. have avoided medical care during the pandemic because of concerns about COVID-19. Issue: … Read More


Requiring Vaccines Hurt a Company’s Culture?

A new study says 67% of companies are concerned about a mandate’s impact on employee morale While many people, thankfully, have moved heaven and earth to discover, produce and distribute a vaccine for COVID-19,  when it comes to deciding whether companies should require vaccination as a term of employment, there isn’t a clear consensus. While… Read More


Wellness Trends for 2021

Though the COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge us in so many ways, more and more employers are realizing that well-designed corporate wellness trends and programs can provide significant relief for their employees. A recent survey of 2,185 professionals from 19 countries found that 89% of professionals feel more productive during the workday after exercising and 96%… Read More


The rise of EAP during COVID-19

Grace Ferguson Though employers have been ramping up their EAP initiatives for some time now, it’s The rise of EAP during COVID-19 pandemic that’s catapulting this workplace benefit to greater heights. COVID-19 and Employee Mental Health A 2020 report by Ginger shows that prior to the COVID-19 pandemic employees were already experiencing high levels of stress. But, “Once… Read More


Positive Tests Climb During Pandemic

Source: Positive Tests for Fentanyl, Heroin, Opioids Climb During Pandemic Tom Valentino, Senior Editor Addiction Professional Rates of positive tests for heroin, non-prescribed fentanyl and non-prescribed opioids each saw significant increases during the first two months of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study published by Quest Diagnostics. The study, which was published by the journal… Read More


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