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.