How 2020 will be remembered is largely going to be shaped by the pandemic, both for larger society and the workplace. There is no industry that hasn’t been impacted by COVID-19 and thus, no segment of the workforce that hasn’t felt its impact. We can see this playing out in the data we collect. Perhaps more than any other crisis before it, data is telling…
March Madness is upon us, and there is no avoiding it. Selection Sunday, when the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Committee announces which 68 teams made the 2019 tournament, is March 17. Games begin with the First Four on March 19 and 20 and culminate with the Final Four April 6 and 8. While this annual event can impact productivity, employers may find that the…
It may not come as a surprise that healthier employees are more productive, but if your company doesn’t have a strong health culture it may be effecting your bottom line.
Working at an office can be surprisingly unhealthy. Between sitting all day, eating poorly, and enduring never-ending stress, your office can take a few years off your life. Here’s how to stay healthy and energetic at the office (and make the day go by faster).
Eating lunch outside the office will relax you – but it may also hinder your job performance, according to new research.
One of the most common complaints by business owners, execs, and management is the concept of employee engagement. Here are a few tips on how to make your efforts effective and rewarding.
Read how RTW programs have reduced workers’ comp, disability and medical insurance and strengthened morale and productivity.
Being productive isn’t about hard-to-follow programs or logging your every move in an app.
Benefits can play a crucial role in fueling employee engagement, which can in turn lead to better productivity and talent retention.