Timeblocking: A work-management strategy for happier employees

The technique, which involves dividing the day into discreet units related to specific tasks, increases the sense of actual accomplishment and reduces stress.

By Chad Halvorson      
Timeblocking tips

Time management may not be the first term that comes to mind when thinking of employee health and wellness. We typically picture fitness programs or incentives for doctor visits. But educating employees about time-management strategies in the workplace should be a core component of any workplace-wellness initiative. Fostering a work environment that motivates employees to keep their work at work and make time for themselves is critical.

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