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Improving Your Wellbeing 5 Minutes At A Time: A Q&A With Healthy Mind Innovations’ Peggy Panosh

Healthier People Make A Healthier Business: Get Started In Just 5 Minutes

Our wellbeing impacts our performance at work, so it’s in everyone’s best interest to achieve an optimal level of wellbeing. In this Q&A, Peggy Panosh, CEO at Healthy Minds Innovations (HMI) explains the science of wellbeing and how to improve your own personal wellness with just 5 minutes each day.

August 4, 2021

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Returning To The Office Is Having A Negative Mental Health Impact

Returning To The Office Is Having A Negative Mental Health Impact

A new survey from McKinsey has revealed that 1 in 3 workers who have returned to the workplace have experienced a decline in their mental health.

August 3, 2021

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Wellness In The Workplace: Burnout From The Blurred Lines Of Work And Home

Wellness In The Workplace: Burnout From The Blurred Lines Of Work And Home

Stantec’s Heidi Dunn shares how to prevent employee burnout and keep company culture alive with choice and design.

July 30, 2021

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Wellness Programs Aren’t Working, Is Toxic Workplace Culture To Blame?

Wellness Programs Aren’t Working, Is Toxic Workplace Culture To Blame?

The problem with many workplace wellbeing programmes is that they don’t tackle the root cause of most workplace stress — toxic company culture. 

July 28, 2021

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Three Ways To Enthusiastically Bring Employees Back To Work

Three Ways To Enthusiastically Bring Employees Back To Work

Vedic Meditation Teacher, Susan Chen offers some ways to create a culture of enthusiasm for returning to the workplace full time.

July 22, 2021

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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.”

July 21, 2021

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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.

July 21, 2021

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Feeling Stressed? Try Yoga

Feeling Stressed? Try Yoga (Yes, Seriously)

Organizations are continuing to add stress management strategies to their wellbeing programs, including yoga. Why? Because research shows that yoga, meditation, and regulated breathing significantly reduces stress. Here’s how employees and employers alike stand to benefit from workplace yoga programs.

July 21, 2021

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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.

July 20, 2021

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Nothing About Us, Without Us: Workspace Design that Fits Everybody| David O’Coimin

David O’Coimin, the founder and CEO of DO Company and Nook Wellness Pods, is on a mission to make the workplace more neuro-inclusive and mindful. How? By shaping spaces to tap into our personal neuro advantages, we can create more equitable, purposeful environments that enables everybody to thrive.

July 15, 2021

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It’s All About Communication! Maximizing Your Company’s Wellness Offerings

It’s All About Communication! Maximizing Your Company’s Wellness Offerings

Employees are not taking advantage of wellness programs, even when they’re readily available to them. The problem lies in communication. Without it, workers simply aren’t taking up the benefits on offer – which does nothing to support their wellbeing. Here’s how to resolve it.

July 14, 2021

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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.

July 13, 2021

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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.

July 9, 2021

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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.

July 8, 2021

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Gen Z: A Paycheck Is The “Bare Minimum” Of What Work Should Provide

For young workers, work is a place to find meaning, mentorship, and growth. However, there is a big disconnect between what they need and what employers are offering. Gen Z are not only looking for good bosses; they’re looking for mentors and coaches that will help them become the best version of themselves.

July 7, 2021

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