Tag: "workplace wellness"

Infographic – Wellness in the Workplace

This infographic provides tips for a healthy, active workplace.

Infographic: 6 Simple Ways to Avoid Burnout

Have you ever felt burnt out at a job? If so, you’re not alone. This infographic explores how to identify burnout and keep it from happening to you.

Feeling Sick This Cold And Flu Season? Stay Home, Say Coworkers

Survey: More Than Eight in 10 Employees Have Gone to the Office When Ill

10 Bad Habits That Should Be Banned from the Workplace Forever

Over the years, we have developed work styles that are not good for our physical, mental or emotional health. Here are 10 bad habits to break.

5 Key Reasons Companies Should Promote Mental Health at Work

One in five people in Canada experience mental health problems, and this number is on the rise. It makes an ideal time for business organizations to take stock in how well they are supporting mental health initiatives in their workplace – and why they should do it better.

Investing in Morale Brings ‘Satisfying’ Results

A recent survey reveals that a large majority of working Canadians—83 per cent—believe that if their employer made an effort to raise spirits at work, their own satisfaction level would significantly improve.

How to Kickstart a Workplace Wellness Program

“Workplace wellness” has become somewhat of a trendy phrase. With the rise in start-up companies in North America and a shortage of skilled workers, the competition for top talent has become fiercer than ever. As a result, wellness programs and other non-monetary benefits have become an increasingly popular way for organizations to position themselves as an employer of choice and endear themselves to younger employees—a target group that has expressed a willingness to accept lower wages if the company has the right reputation and offers other benefits.

Meditation, Mindfulness and Healthy Change Management: A Case Study of Pacific Blue Cross (Part Two)

Pacific Blue Cross recently underwent the largest technology and business transformation in the history of the organization—and tapped into a powerful change management tool in the process. This is the second installment of a two-part series by HRMA Conference + Tradeshow 2016 speaker Wendy Quan.