A recent study finds that the negative impacts of burnout— on a person’s overall well-being, productivity and quality of work—have increased in the past year.
The week’s essential content for those dedicated to employee well-being.
Amid the pandemic, Cat Colella-Graham, founder and president of Cheer Partners, was diagnosed with breast cancer that required immediate surgery. Here, she details her journey—from diagnosis to surgery to emotions to learning to lean in on colleagues, family, friends—in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
How the company met the wellbeing needs of employees—whether physical, emotional, mental or financial—during the pandemic and ongoing.
How wellness became a key component of the employee experience.
Check out this free webinar to learn how predictive analytics and other tools can help identify where new programs can reduce benefits costs—proving the value of your work to the decision-makers.
In data from Breeze, women who did not have some form of disability insurance to cover their maternity leave losses were forced to draw down savings, borrow or take on a side job.
As organizations struggle to balance business imperatives with their people’s mental health, a declaration by one of the world’s most famous athletes pushes the conversation forward.
The many hardships facing workers during the COVID-19 crisis have had a disproportionate impact on women—so what can well-being officers do to help?