Organizations can help women achieve a healthy balance between their professional and personal lives by implementing a flexible working environment, offering personalized benefits, and providing management support.
A recent survey from the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) found that employed individuals are allocating their saved commute time toward leisure activities and sleeping, while reducing overall work hours.
Gratitude is the new gold watch, and companies need to put more emphasis on this effective and powerful method in their employee retention strategies.
The Dutch Court has ruled that requiring employees to keep their webcams on during working hours is a violation of human rights.
Microsoft's recent poll exploring the needs of hybrid employees recommends that organizations prioritize re-recruiting, re-onboarding, and re-energizing employees.
Over seventy UK businesses and 3,300 employees are currently experimenting with a four-day workweek. By the midpoint of the six-month study, the majority of companies indicated there has been no decline in productivity, while some even report gains in output.
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.
Since experts believe climate change is resulting in more frequent heatwaves and other extreme weather events, it is worth exploring the impact climate has on personal health to help employees stay safe and mentally sound.
A recent study suggests that individuals are taking fewer steps than before the COVID-19 pandemic. Take action to promote more movement!