September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and since people spend much of their time at work, managers should be aware of what their role is in suicide prevention.
Articles by Andie Burjek
Alzheimer’s is a major public health issue, and like other large public health issues, the microcosm of the workplace exhibits similar problems.
Breastfeeding is more widely accepted now than in the past, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t misconceptions about breastfeeding in the workplace.
In the Check Your Blind Spots mobile tour, employees, students and passersby learn about unconscious bias training as a stepping stone for further diversity and inclusion actions.
More generic drugs available at lower costs would benefit both employers and consumers, but Civica Rx, a new nonprofit set on lowering costs, may face obstacles entering this market.
The labels you give and the language you use have significance when referring to people by their health habits.
Most employees aren’t encouraged by the idea that their boss is constantly watching them, but that doesn’t deter employers’ enthusiasm for monitoring devices. How can both sides feel secure that their interests are protected?
What drives productivity is the employee’s talent, the effort they put in and the processes they follow to do their work.
There’s no shortage of mental health apps in the market, and they do have a lot of value to employees. However, employers should make sure not to forget the importance of in-person care.
Diminished personal well-being and muted social connections are just two negative workplace effects of technology overload.