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Ulliance Healthy Cooking - Mini Frittatas

May 15, 2019 3:10:54 PM / by Ulliance posted in healthy cooking, cooking videos, healthy cooking video, healthy recipes

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Did you know that Frittata is a fancy word for Italian Omelet, and they are amazingly delicious! Chef Nicole joined our Wellness Account Manager, Christin Hasselbring in the kitchen to whip up a batch of Mini Spinach and Mushroom Frittatas—and you MUST try them. 

Watch the video and try these amazingly delicious mini spinach and mushroom frittatas for yourself. Enjoy!

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Want Lower Employee Turnover and Higher Workforce Engagement?

May 15, 2019 12:48:44 PM / by Kathryn Lynch-Morin posted in culture, happiness on the job, Company Culture

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Increase Company Culture

Try these 3 tips to inspire a positive company culture.

A positive company culture can’t be created overnight, nor can it be created with a single, year-long initiative.

Developing a positive company culture is an intentional practice that requires buy-in from all employees and consistent fostering by company leadership. But there really is no one-and-done solution to creating a positive environment. That might be why 64% of all employees do not feel they have a strong work culture, according to a study from TruPath.

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May is Mental Health Month

May 2, 2019 9:18:16 AM / by Ulliance posted in employee assistance program, workplace wellbeing, #RiseAbove, well-being, mental health awareness month

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Employees' Mental Health Has a Big Impact on the Workplace

One in five adults in the U.S. will experience a mental illness this year. That’s more than 43 million individuals suffering from a disorder that disrupts their personal life, impacts relationships and affects productivity at work[i].

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5 Ways of Letting Healthcare Workers Know You’ve Got Their Backs

Apr 17, 2019 1:52:45 PM / by Kathryn Lynch-Morin posted in the cost of employee turnover, employee retention, happiness on the job, Employee training

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Reduce Employee Burnout

Try these 5 ways of letting healthcare workers know you’ve got their backs.

Caring for others, while very rewarding, can be taxing work.

 Worker burnout, the syndrome caused by feelings of emotional exhaustion at work, poses a serious risk to the healthcare industry. Studies from the Mayo Clinic and the American Medical Association have found that burnout rates among healthcare providers are high—and continuing to rise.

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Ulliance Healthy Cooking - Energy Bars

Apr 12, 2019 11:13:19 AM / by Ulliance posted in healthy cooking, cooking videos, healthy cooking video, healthy recipes

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Watch the video and try these yummy, healthy energy bars for yourself. Enjoy!

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) Let's Talk About It

Apr 12, 2019 10:37:53 AM / by Thomas Tilton posted in sexual harassment training, training, harassment awareness training, #MeToo, domestic violence

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, here in the United States, “one in three women and one in six men experienced some form of contact sexual violence in their lifetime.”

Sexual violence may be broadly defined as the act of forcing, manipulating, or coercing someone into unwanted, non-consensual sexual activity.

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The Building Blocks of Success: Opening the Dialogue on Effective Leadership

Apr 12, 2019 8:20:22 AM / by Ulliance posted in manager training, Employee training, leadership training

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What defines business success? Is it innovation or revenue, or perhaps the satisfaction of an organization’s customers or people? No matter how you define it, many would agree the world’s most successful companies are built upon the foundation of strong leaders and effective teams.

In recent years, along with a rapidly evolving workforce, organizations have been prompted to invest more than ever in developing their people, particularly those in leadership roles. Businesses are operating with fewer employees and a new generation is occupying an increasing number of jobs across a variety of functions. In many cases, those in leadership roles may not be equipped with the skill sets needed to cultivate a healthy work environment for their teams. However, contrary to the popular phrase “great leaders are born, not made,” most individuals are capable of becoming an effective leader through continuing education and development.

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New Year, New DOT Testing Panel Requirements

Apr 12, 2019 8:19:43 AM / by Ulliance posted in opioids, substance or alcohol abuse, Crisis in the workplace, drug testing

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Do you have DOT covered employees? If you do, starting 1/1/2018 DOT drug testing panel requirements have been changed to include synthetic opioids (hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, and oxymorphone).  Some common names for these synthetic opioids include OxyContin, Percodan, Percocet, Vicodin, Lortab, Norco, Dilaudid and Exalgo.

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Internships are the new “entry level” position

Apr 12, 2019 8:19:05 AM / by Ulliance posted in training, Employee Engagement, the cost of employee turnover, employee retention, happiness on the job, Employee training

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During the summer months, organizations groom college students into future executives through summer internship programs. These young, up and coming professionals seek practical knowledge in their preferred industry. In the 1980s, only 3 percent of college students completed an internship before graduation.[i] Flash forward to the 2010s…according to a National Association of Colleges and Employees survey[ii], 52.5 percent of graduating college seniors reported working internships during their college careers.


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LOVE SHOULDN’T HURT: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH

Apr 12, 2019 8:18:23 AM / by Ulliance posted in employee assistance program, Workplace violence, workplace, EAP, anti-harassment training, #MeToo, domestic violence

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    For those unfamiliar with the intricacies of domestic-violence, it’s simple to scoff and say, “If I were her, I would pack up and leave,” or “Why doesn’t he just change the locks and his phone number?”  But the complexities of domestic violence, also referred to as intimate-partner violence (IPV), are anything but simple. It entails physical pain, emotional anguish and psychological distress on behalf of the abused individual along with their family, friends and coworkers.

    According to the United States Department of Justice, domestic violence is defined as a pattern of manipulative behavior, including acts or threatened acts, used by a perpetrator to gain power and control over a current or former spouse, family member, intimate partner, or person with whom the perpetrator shares a child. It occurs in heterosexual and same-sex relationships and impacts individuals from all economic, educational, cultural, age, gender, racial and religious demographic[1]. While power and control reside at the core of domestic violence, the makeup of an abusive relationship can often be hidden in a range of dynamic actions taken by the batterer against the abused.

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