Top Reads of 2021, No. 1-10

As the year comes to a close, Workplace Wellness Insider spotlights our most popular content.

By Kacey Larsen      
Top Stories 2021

We have (nearly) made it through another year. Another year of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the mass release of vaccinations and more recently boosters plus the rise of two variants. 2021 also saw headlines on a wide range of topics besides the pandemic: GameStop stock soared for a stretch, NASA’s Perseverance rover landed on Mars, the Suez Canal was blocked for six days and set off supply chain concerns, the #FreeBritney movement and much more. For Workplace Wellness Insider, our top 10 articles of the year — detailed below — point to a few trends: financial wellness, burnout and return to office. We look forward to diving back into more coverage of these topics and much more in the new year. Be well and we’ll see you in 2022!

  1. Here’s what workers are thinking, and what they need from their employers, a year into the pandemic.
  2. Organizations increase their focus on wellness-oriented office design.
  3. Savings shortfalls among retirees underscore need for financial wellness help.
  4. Giving your employees space opens a new way of thinking about the workplace.
  5. Is the Great Disengagement worse than the Great Resignation?
  6. Report: Manager burnout increase suggests big problems for employee wellness.
  7. A company that trains teachers faced a major pivot after schools closed last year.
  8. Measuring DE&I efforts is key to success, and Salesforce leads by example.
  9. The 4 tenets of accounting firm DHG’s return-to-work program.
  10. Want to increase employee participation in wellness programs? Here are some proven methods.

Find the Top Reads for 2021, No. 11-20 list to round out your year of Workplace Wellness Insider.