Employee well-being has garnered much attention among organizations over the past decade, and the pandemic has only solidified its importance. Work plays a significant part in most people’s lives, with an average person estimated to spend 1/3 of life at work. Not only can all aspects of one’s work-life affect their well-being, but employees’ well-being can also affect their contributions at work and, in turn, impact an organization’s performance outcomes on an aggregate level. Recognizing that the most valuable asset of an organization is its people, it makes sense to prioritize employee well-being and improve their work-life.
Every year on September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day, a day to raise awareness and destigmatize the topic of suicide worldwide. The theme for this year is “Creating Hope Through Action,” and hopefully, after reading this, you are empowered with the knowledge to take action and potentially prevent suicides. According to the World Health
“The goal of meditation isn’t to control your thoughts, it’s to stop letting them control you” As research documenting the benefits of meditation has grown over the last decade, meditation has become increasingly synonymous with wellness. Companies are now including meditation in their on-site employee wellness offerings and mainstream medicine is starting to recognise its
Many people are familiar with “PRIDE” – shorthand for “Gay pride” or “LGBT pride” – the annual event that encourages the celebration of lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender, and intersex identities. A lesser known date in the LGBTI+ calendar is May 17th, which is celebrated as the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB or
Many people experience sleep difficulties at some point in their lives. It can be terribly unpleasant to lie awake for hours, tossing and turning—it leaves us feeling exhausted and unwell. Conversely, when we sleep well, it can make us feel ten years younger. Good sleep is vital to a person’s wellbeing, and every day, scientists
This week marks the National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. It is an initiative run by the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) to shine a light on stories of people struggling with an unhealthy relationship to food and our bodies. Although very rarely discussed in the open, eating disorders affect over 9% of the population worldwide.
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