Winter is a top reason of why people are sad, and an estimated 10 million Americans suffer from the clinically diagnosed Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) with another 10-20% experiencing mild SAD symptoms. Not only does SAD make sufferers sad, it leads to sluggishness and decreased productivity. While you can’t send all of your employees to Florida for a week, there are ways you can help perk them up and boost wintertime productivity.
Wellness programs were initially seen as an employee benefit, but more and more companies are now understanding that healthy employees are good for their bottom line. In fact, the U.S. spends $576 billion per year on poor health, most of which is attributed to lost productivity as a result of sick days. Still not convinced why you should implement a wellness program? Read on!
choice or necessity, it’s important to understand dietary restrictions. Here are five things you should definitely know about food allergies- especially if you’re a boss!
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