Employee Wellness Blog

Do You Know How Your Workplace Relationships Are Affecting You?

Posted by Robyn Whalen on Thu, Jun 21, 2018

You spend a majority of your waking hours at work – which means you spend a majority of your waking hours with your co-workers. It should come as no surprise, then, that all those hours together could have an impact on your wellbeing.

The relationships you have at work can either improve or harm your wellbeing. Having positive relationships with your colleagues can put you in a good mood and make the workday more enjoyable. However, feeling lonely at work or having negative relationships with your co-workers can lead to an unpleasant work experience. 

If you’re unsure of how your work relationships could be affecting your physical and emotional health, here are a few things to consider:

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Traveling for Work? Here’s How to Prioritize Your Health

Posted by Robyn Whalen on Thu, Jun 07, 2018

Traveling for work can make it difficult to keep up with a healthy routine. You’re dealing with time changes, struggling to fit in some exercise, and usually forced to dine out. With today’s global nature of the workplace, it’s inevitable that you’ll be traveling for work at some point in your career. 

Because frequent work travel can take a toll on your body and mind, it’s essential to learn some strategies for prioritizing your health on the go. Keep on reading to learn some healthy habits you can practice the next time you hit the road.

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Feeling the Effects of Workplace Burnout? Here’s How to Deal

Posted by Robyn Whalen on Mon, Feb 05, 2018

When you first started your job, you probably felt excited, enthusiastic, and optimistic about your future at your company. But after a few years, that excitement might have started to dwindle, and you might feel a bit less happy in your role that you once used to love. This is a normal feeling for many full-time employees – especially for those that work in high-stress roles or at high-stress companies.

If you dread going to work and feel like the work you do has become meaningless, you might be suffering from the effects of workplace burnout. Mayo Clinic defines workplace burnout as a special type of stress; it’s a state of physical, emotional, or mental exhaustion combined with doubts about the competence and the value of one’s work. Burnout usually occurs when a person experiences long-term stress at their job or feels their role is emotionally and/or physically exhausting. 

Some typical signs of workplace burnout include:

  • Feeling negative or cynical at work
  • Having trouble feeling focused or productive
  • Feeling irritated with colleagues or clients
  • Lack of energy
  • Poor sleep
  • Changes in diet or appetite
  • Taking more sick days than usual
  • Feeling unsatisfied with your achievements
  • Unusual chronic aches or pains – like headaches or backaches 
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10 Habits of Rockstar Wellness Coordinators

Posted by Becky Squiers on Thu, Dec 10, 2015

Some wellness coordinators are just awesome at what they do. They run wellness programs that employees enjoy, and they do so without hiccups. But what habits do these rockstar coordinators have that make them so good at their jobs? Here are 10 things that they do everyday:

They watch the news. Or read it online or listen on the radio. No matter what method they use, rockstar coordinators stay updated on what’s happening in the world. Health trends are always changing, and wellness coordinators need to keep up.

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