Tag: Health and Wellness
A recent survey (https://www.bna.com/survey-38-employers-n73014451081/) found that 38% of U.S. employers offer paid parental leave and that the average amount of time off offered was 4.1 weeks.
This benefit is being offered more commonly due to weak federal and state laws supporting working families. But,
Jeffrey Pfeffer, author of Dying for a Paycheck, recently wrote an article for BBC where he noted the following: “Harmful workplace practices include things like long working hours, work-family conflict, economic insecurity arising from job losses and not having regular or predictable work hours, an absence of job control and,
As the cost of health care continues to rise, it is in the employee’s and the organization’s best interest to focus on the prevention of various health problems and diseases. Starting a wellness program doesn’t have to be solely for large organizations with heavy funding. Here are