Category Archives: Blog post

How to Identify an Effective Smoking Cessation Program for the Workplace

Traditionally, smoking cessation programs have been perceived as more negative or punitive than engaging.  Being well-informed and creative can help inspire your employees to quit their habits. We know that smokers are a bigger risk and have higher medical claims overall than non-smokers. That’s why wellness programs focus so heavily on encouraging people to quit.… Read More »

Breast Cancer Awareness

The Benefits of Recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Work

You have a unique opportunity to educate your people about the disease, how early detection can save lives, and encourage important preventive screenings. After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point.… Read More »

Why Introducing Mindfulness at Work Can Be Good for Your Bottom Line

‘Mindfulness’ is finally taking root in the lexicon of workplace culture discussions. And for good reason.  It’s no longer considered a “nice-to-have” but a “must have” because of its positive impact on productivity and work-life balance and your bottom line. From the Harvard Business Review to the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, more and more… Read More »