Keys to a Successful Workplace Health Program

According to a report penned by RAND Health, the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the prevalence of lifestyle diseases has increased over the last few decades. Lifestyle diseases are health issues brought on by daily life choices, such as being inactive, smoking, drinking in excess and eating a poor diet. By continuously engaging in these unhealthy decisions, people are at a greater risk for developing more serious conditions, such as diabetes and cancer. In an effort to combat this and improve the health of employees, many companies now have a workplace health and wellness program.

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Why Incentives Are Not Enough to Inspire (and Retain) Your Talent

What do inner-city public schools tell us about best practices for corporations to inspire and retain their talent? And what do they say about the role that business skills training can play? As it turns out: a whole lot.

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Communicating with and Keeping Millennials: A Boomer’s Guide

Millennials have a reputation as job-hoppers whose careers are more focused on job satisfaction than traditional ideals of security. Many are hesitant to trust business hierarchies. However, millennials have a plethora of merits to offer the companies for which they work. They’re tech-savvy, collaborative and creative thinkers, waiting to leave their marks on the world. With such skills, you want to keep millennials around to give your company a fresh and innovative perspective. But, if you don’t know how to communicate with and reach young staffers, you could lose them. Here’s a guide to help you connect with the millennials in your office:

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