With gamification techniques still in their early stages, organizations seek new ways to engage workers in saving for the future.
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Adopting precision medicine as a health care strategy aims to protect employees’ health instead of waiting to treat what will eventually ail them.
Being a Supreme Court justice has its perks, but, no matter what you decide, you’re going to upset someone or millions of someones.
Our executives have told us they want everyone here to “think like a leader.” The thrust is to get people to take ownership and hopefully boost engagement/morale and make us generally more productive and a better place to work. We have good leadership programs in place but have never applied a leadership model across the entire organization. Although this sounds like a great idea in theory, how do we put it into practice? Where do we start and what steps do we follow? — Aiming to Please, distribution, Gaithersburg, Maryland
If unhealthy employees are bad for business, then I think it’s fair to argue an executive who plays ‘body police’ and essentially bullies employees into participating in a wellness program is bad for business, too.