Add mood-elevating content to wellness program
Steer employees’ break time on the Internet toward content that could boost their moods –- and thereby productivity.
Employees say workload interferes with health goals
When employees were asked what stands in their way of optimizing their health, the workplace topped the list.
Payrolls jump in 35 states
Payrolls climbed in 35 states in August, while the unemployment rate rose in 24, as gradual progress in the labor market continued.
EEOC cracking down on pregnant employee rights violations
Employment actions directed at a pregnant employee need to be documented as never before.
Employees paying bigger health coverage share
Fortune 500 companies overwhelmingly expect to increase employee contributions to employer-sponsored health insurance plans.
Rethinking wellness incentives
Determining the best way to motivate employees to make a long-term commitment to wellness is not always as easy as it sounds.
Jobless claims fall to two-month low
The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits plunged last week to a two-month low, a sign the labor market continues to strengthen.
Bullying bosses take toll on employees
A new survey says that 42 percent of employees have had to quit a job to get away from a bullying boss.
Death is costly, chaotic and planned poorly
Americans aren’t getting the support and services they need as death nears, according to a report calling for an overhaul to the nation’s expensive and inefficient approach to end-of-life care.
New CEO council urges wellness adoption
The newly formed CEO Council on Health and Innovation is urging faster adoption of wellness programs.