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Preparing Your Employees for Thanksgiving Health Risks

When you think about Thanksgiving, you probably don't immediately think of health risks — other than possibly a food coma.…

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Perform a Workplace Assessment This National Ergonomics Month

October is National Ergonomics Month, and there's no better time to evaluate your office environment. You may think that…

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Use Employee Recognition to Strengthen Your Business

Employee recognition and employee appreciation don't just make employees feel good about themselves. They actually establish…

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Employee Burnout Is Now Classified as a Syndrome. Here’s What Employers Can Do

Whether at work or at home, stress is a normal part of life. But when too much stress builds up, it can have serious…

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Approaching Addiction in the Workplace

The cost of addiction in the workplace goes beyond the personal toll it takes on individual employees. Between absenteeism,…

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Noise Reduction: Mitigating Office Noise Pollution

Why does the office always seem to get louder the more you need to focus? It's not just you — offices are noisy places,…

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Employee Benefits Trend: Student Loan Repayment

If you're looking for employee benefits that will impress potential hires, use your offerings to address one of the largest…

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7 Ways to Help an Employee Coping With a New Diagnosis

When one of your employees gets a new diagnosis, especially an unexpected one, their worrying doesn't stop as they leave the…

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Helping Employees in a Mental Health Emergency

Think about all the plans and protocols you have in place for the safety and well-being of your workforce. You probably have…

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Opioid Epidemic: Why Employers Should Care and What They Can Do About It

September is National Recovery Month and a good time to start In-touch employers know that the effects of the opioid crisis…

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Destigmatizing Employee Illness, Part 6: Opioid Addiction

Just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not there. Muscle aches, sleeplessness, anxiety, nausea — the list of…

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Should You Promote Annual Mental Health Checkups?

We all know that annual checkups are key to preventing serious illness. But if a yearly doctor's visit is good for…

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