Tag Archives: Emotional Wellbeing

Linking employee emotional and corporate wellbeing: A Focus on the LGBTQ+ community in recognition of Pride month

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Organizations need to think holistically about how they are emotionally, socially, physically and financially supporting the LGBTQ+ portion of their workforce. Continue reading →

What employees with neuro-diverse children wish their companies knew

Employers who value inclusion and diversity need to also support employees with neuro-diverse children by providing them with the necessary flexibility. Continue reading →

Why employers need to address the stigma of mental health and suicide

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Employers have been slow to address emotional and behavioral wellbeing. All we need to do is look at the data to see the facts. Continue reading →

Connecting emotional wellbeing and the employee experience

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A one-size-fits-all” approach toward benefits has long been on the way out. Tailored emotional wellbeing benefits and engaging individuals at points of need in their lives that could be significant sources of stress is imperative for increasing benefit value, workforce productivity and a meaningful employee experience. Continue reading →

Is it Bullying or is it Harassment? A Liability Either Way

Most human resources practitioners have heard the complaint, “I am being harassed,” and are trained to know what to do when it happens. Generally, it is up to HR or legal counsel to determine if the complaint is truly a … Continue reading →