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The terms “mental health” and “mental well-being” are often used interchangeably, but they are different concepts that should be addressed using different approaches.
Anxiety, stress, and burnout in the workplace are frequently cited as major contributors to the Great Resignation, during which more and more employees have been voluntarily leaving their jobs.
To retain talent and future-proof organizations, leaders must nurture an environment wh...
People need more than just reactive access to a therapist in times of mental health distress. What about all the other areas that positively impact the mind, body, and spirit?
Thus, employers should now turn to more holistic employee benefits that address areas such as positive thin...
Rather than unrealistically drawing boundaries between work time and personal time, professionals can handle work tasks at times that best suit them. It’s more about harmony than balance.
Modern approaches to employee support allow employees to be authentic to their ow...
We shouldn’t look at the pandemic as a crisis demanding better attention to employee mental well-being (eventually subsiding after the pandemic), but as a signal of what companies should be doing.
A stronger focus on emotional well-being is both a moral imperative and critical strategy...
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Remote working has blurred the line between work and life. This article talks about the contributions of research and sharing it with employers in order to assist their employees' needs better. Leaders now view well-being not just as an employee benefit but as an opportunity to support employees in all aspects of their personal and work lives.
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There are some employers who still don't realize how much trauma their people may have experienced or are experiencing. Maybe they're not convinced that they can do anything or should do anything to help employees who are struggling.
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