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Many of us had to cancel our vacations and have had to stay at home and get really creative with our own spaces.
we have some tips to get you started!
Below is my deck. Loaded with vines, herbs and flowers.
Creating a wellness program is not the same thing as creating and sustaining a culture of wellness in the workplace.
A wellness program has a beginning and an end, while a wellness culture is a way of life—one that’s followed by leaders and employees at all levels of the organization.
The good news is that you likely don’t need to reinvent the wellness wheel when it comes to establishing a culture of health and well-being.
Through personalized communication and sharing of resources, you’ll reach onsite and offsite employees.
Remote work offers many benefits to both employees and organizations. From increased worker productivity and lower overhead expenses to decreased employee stress and a smaller carbon footprint, the practice of remote working is growing in popularity. The 2018 State of the Remote Job Marketplace report from FlexJobs says there are now 3.9 million Americans, or 2.9 percent of the total US workforce, who work from home at least half the time—a 115 percent increase from 2005.
We've been working hard behind the scenes to provide our users with a NEW, fresh WEBSITE that is full of resources for all of their workforce solution needs.
Below are just a few of the resources you will find:
- Explainer videos
- ROI calculator
- Human capital investment stats
- Total well-being trends
- Why investing in training is a good idea
- AND MUCH MORE!
Ulliance Wellness Chef, Chef Nicole, and Ulliance Wellness Director, Christin Hasselbring, teamed up again to bring another series of delicious and healthy recipes with videos!
Modern-day technology and gadgets have made our lives and work easier—but these marvels have also made it much easier for us to sit. A lot.
As our lives become more sedentary, the risks associated with physical inactivity increase. According to one study, physical inactivity shortens life expectancy and increases the risk of many undesirable health conditions, including heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and breast and colon cancers.
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According to an article in Everyday Health, serotonin is a neurotransmitter known for the role it plays in feelings of well-being and happiness.
Are you overwhelmed by that growing to-do list, or by feeling like there are not enough hours in the day? While it may be difficult to trim your tasks completely, it is possible to make the most of the time you do have with effective time-management techniques.
These five tips to improve your time management skills are among our favorites: