Studies estimate that around 16 million working-age Americans (those aged 18 to 65) have Long COVID today. Of those, two to four million are out of work due to ongoing symptoms.
A recent study suggests that individuals are taking fewer steps than before the COVID-19 pandemic. Take action to promote more movement!
As organizations transition to more on-site work, they are tackling the hybrid meeting. Check out these eight tips for leading hybrid meetings that foster lively discussions and empower everyone involved.
The Biden administration recently enacted several measures to increase the accessibility of at-home COVID-19 tests. Read up on the latest changes and learn how to use them to create a safe and healthy workplace.
Omicron has sent organizations back to the drawing board as they question their return-to-work plans. Learn why some companies are adopting a "wait-and-see" approach instead of scrambling to identify a new start date.
Red flags have been raised over the discovery of a new COVID-19 variant named Omicron. Learn about the latest updates and explore what this means for businesses as they reevaluate their return-to-work plans.
The pandemic has highlighted and intensified several threats to women’s health. Learn from Lisa Taylor about the most common pain points and explore what organizations can do to help.
On November 4, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released details of the requirement for large US companies to implement vaccine mandates. As companies begin to prepare, there will undoubtedly be lots of questions. This post provides answers to a few common questions that will help you begin to better understand the rule.
Experts are predicting an unusually severe flu season. To help employers stay informed and prepared, this post explains the evidence behind the current forecast and offers tips that companies can use to keep their employees safe.