As the coronavirus rages on, and vaccines continue to become more widely available across the country, employers and businesses are starting to consider a major decision ahead:
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer found in women, and the second deadliest. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point.
Employees are facing an immeasurable amount of stress right now. As they struggle to balance their work lives, home lives and finances, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic offers the opportunity for many employees to experience a mental health issue, or a period of feeling mentally unwell.
As the coronavirus makes its way through communities across the globe, another health problem has been spreading right along with it – stress.
COVID-19 (also known as the coronavirus) is continuing to spread globally at a rapid rate, and as more cases are confirmed in the United States, it’s leading to increased anxiety and confusion over what can be done to prepare.
February is American Heart Month, and to celebrate CVS Health is offering ‘Know Your Numbers’ heart health screenings in their MinuteClinic every Thursday in February, including Valentine's Day. Best of all… it’s free!
More than 156 million full-time workers in the U.S. spend most of their daily waking hours in the workplace. The importance of this statistic does not come as a surprise to anyone, as over half of all employers in the United States have some type of employee wellbeing or health-promoting program to ensure they are addressing the work-life needs of current and prospective employees.
For decades, employers and benefit managers have thought of wellbeing programs as one-dimensional, with the focus on physical health only, by offering benefits like on-site fitness centers, gym discounts or a health program that encourages more movement.
Business owners, HR leaders, and team managers – listen up. Your employees are totally stressed out.
Employers, sit up and take note: the strict nine-to-five workday schedule is becoming outdated, and for good reason. Too many hours spent in the office could be causing your employees chronic stress, poor health habits, and low job satisfaction.
With healthcare costs continuing to increase for most employers and employees, many employers are focusing their efforts on building a healthier workforce to make coverage sustainable for the future. One cost-saving, health-promoting benefit employers are turning to is telehealth services.
We ask that all employees at Grooms Benefit Solutions contribute ideas to our Insights blog. Everyone here has a voice, and we love that.