Product management is governed by a series of principles that can be also applied to well-being and personal responsibility.
Dry January is a great way to start off the new year with a fun corporate challenge that increases worker health and productivity.
Modern businesses are interested in both lowering healthcare costs and enhancing the health and well-being of employees. They know that wellness programs increase employee retention and attract top talent.
Most employers know that a health risk assessment (HRA) collects self-reported information about an employee’s health and habits.
While awareness of mental health continues to improve, there are many challenges for small businesses to face.
Clutch, a corporate business management consultant firm, surveyed more than 500 employees and found that company amenities “increase workers’ efficiency, decrease turnover, and improve company culture overall.”
Artificial Intelligence could play a pivotal role in lowering employee stress levels.
If you want to develop a successful product or service, the first thing you need to do is identify a unique value proposition.
Office Managers should incorporate these tips into their workspaces for the betterment of their employees and the environment.
As Canada and some US States continue to open up Cannabis legalization, workplaces must strike a balance between employee-friendly health policies and employer-friendly safety and regulation.