How Gallup’s research instructs leaders to be a conduit for self-care resources

You don’t have to be a wellness expert to help connect workers with essential resources they need to get through the next chapter of COVID-19, remote work and business disruption.

By Ted Kitterman      @tedkitkat      

A frustratingly low number of workers take advantage of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) per a report by the Society for Human Resource Managers.

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