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06/25/2019

It's Time to Talk About Mental Health

Would you rather call in sick or disclose a mental health issue to your boss? For many, the stigma and bias associated with mental illness is the greatest barrier to treatment, but we can make that change.  Read More

02/14/2019

Women at Work: Let's Speed Up the Progress

The World Economic Forum estimates it will take 202 years to close the global gender gap at work. We can’t wait that long; we need to do more to drive change, level the playing field and turn good intentions into better outcomes.

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02/14/2019

Pregnancy Loss Is Tough. Supporting Employees Through It Doesn't Have To Be.

Miscarriages are common. According to the March of Dimes, between 10-15% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage.

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12/12/2018

How Are Employers and the Jetsons Similar?

During a recent Board dinner, the topic of the Jetsons came up in conversation. We’re not the first to recognize it, but the writers’ ability to predict the future is both fascinating and intriguing.  Read More

05/09/2019

The Issues of Mental Health and Well-being

Mental health issues pose considerable challenges for societies, workplaces and individuals around the world, and they’re not going away anytime soon.

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08/30/2019

5 Workplace Design Trends & Their Relationship with Well-being

 What does the workspace of the future look like? The future of work is about flexibility, technology and the employee experience. 

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03/12/2018

What Experts Say About Sleep

Who gets the most sleep? The answer may surprise you. According to Harvard Business Review, it’s senior executives.

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06/25/2018

Say Something: The Losses We Can't Understand and Don't Discuss

The brother of a colleague. My mother-in-law’s father. A neighbor’s college sophomore. A close friend’s mother. It’s not just celebrities dying by suicide.

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06/28/2016

Increasing Employee Assistance Program Effectiveness and Utilization: New Approaches and Emerging Trends

Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are offered at 97% of large employers. However, studies show that only 5% of employees use them annually; for Business Group on Health members, the EAP utilization rate is 8%.

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07/30/2019

Burnout Insights: A Conversation with Amit Sood, M.D.

 New survey data from the Business Group and Optum reveal that 19 percent of employees say their employer supports them from getting burned out at work. 

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