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.
Last week, Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent the following email to his workforce about the company’s deliberate phased approach for returning to work.
As the coronavirus makes its way through communities across the globe, another health problem has been spreading right along with it – stress.
The world is so different today than it was just a week ago. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is sweeping through our nation and across our world. Uncertainty is at an all-time high, and we’re experiencing a complete disruption of life as we know it.
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.
The uptick in interest for client financial wellbeing programs has grown exponentially over the last couple of years. We’re so fortunate to work with forward-thinking client groups looking for help bringing this important pillar of the wellbeing spectrum to the foreground.
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