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U.S. Government Announces New Initiative to Address Burnout Criss in Healthcare Workers
U.S. Government Announces New Initiative to Address Burnout Criss in Healthcare Workers

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services announced last week that it would be allocating $103 million to “Strengthen Resiliency and Address Burnout in the Health Workforce.”

Wellness Coach Brings Corporate Wellness to the Masses Via Zoom
Wellness Coach Brings Corporate Wellness to the Masses Via Zoom

Wellness Coach, an enterprise wellness platform, announced the launch of Wellness Coach app for Zoom.

Workers Want Mental Health Support, Report Finds
Workers Want Mental Health Support, Report Finds

A recent report from CERT Property found that workers want access to workplace counsellors, mental health training, and support groups. Many workers have reported that their mental health has taken a hit since the onset of the pandemic.

The Best Way To Address Workplace Burnout
The Best Way To Address Workplace Burnout

While companies have identified one or two strategies that aim to combat burnout, there are essential steps employers need to take to fully address this crisis.

Spotting The Signs Of Post-pandemic Trauma In Employees
Spotting The Signs Of Post-pandemic Trauma In Employees

Although it may appear that some employees are checked out or underperforming, the reality is many are experiencing the impact of post-pandemic trauma.

Yoga Linked To Decreasing Occupational Stress
Yoga Linked To Decreasing Occupational Stress

Analysis from the Journal of Occupational Health revealed that employees who implemented yoga or yoga-like exercise into their routines saw lower levels of stress.

EQ Building Receives First SmartScore Certification
EQ Building Receives First SmartScore Certification

Commercial Estate Group’s EQ Building in Bristol has become the first building in the world to receive WiredScore’s SmartScore smart building certification.

Companies Are Still Trying To Combat Burnout
Companies Are Still Trying To Combat Burnout

Despite the threat of Covid-19 subsiding in certain areas, employers are still implementing programs that aim to help combat the increase rate of burnout.

Women Professionals Struggle With High Levels Of Stress
Women Professionals Struggle With High Levels Of Stress

A new poll from 87 percent has revealed that working women are much more likely to experience feelings of fatigue and anxiety than their male counterparts.

Wellbeing Is Vital For The Post-lockdown Workforce
Wellbeing Is Vital For The Post-lockdown Workforce

A new report from the RSA and Vitality has found that wellbeing practices must be part of a company’s post-lockdown strategies to ensure the health of the workforce.

White-collar Workers Experiencing Poor Sleep
White-collar Workers Experiencing Poor Sleep

A new study from Integrated Safety Support showed that half of white-collar workers have seen a decline in the quality of their sleep habits over the last 12 months.

Eliminating The Possibility Of Burnout In The Future
Eliminating The Possibility Of Burnout In The Future

Workers returning to the office may be at risk for the burnout they may have dealt with pre-pandemic, so employers need to ensure they remedy the cause of this issue.

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