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Corporate Culture

Create a Judgement-Free COVID-19 Zone When Getting Back to Work

by Jessica Malen

If you are going back to in-person work during the aftermath of COVID-19, it can be difficult to know how to act and react in your workplace setting. There will be people who prefer extra precautions and those who do… Continue Reading →

How to Ease Back Into the Workplace After Remote Work or a No-Work Situation

by Maya Munot

It’s time to report back to work! How and where do you begin? And what do you start with? Making the move from working remotely or being out of work (e.g., a furlough) to going back to physically being present… Continue Reading →

Tips for Managers to Support Colleagues During COVID-19

by Maya Munot

Research on emotional intelligence and emotional contagion (the spread of affect from one person to another) informs us that individuals look to their managers for signs about how to react to sudden changes or crisis situations. If you are a… Continue Reading →

Remote Work & Resentment

by Jessica Malen

With today’s ever-changing world and work climate, it can be hard to know how to feel about your current work situation when everyone’s is different. Some people have the option to work from home, either full-time or part-time, while others… Continue Reading →

How to Support Your Mental Health During a Crisis

by Jessica Malen

With social distancing, quarantine and isolation becoming commonplace during this uncertain time – that is the COVID-19 crisis – feelings of fear, anxiety and depression can increase. Read on for healthy ways to cope with these emotions and other common… Continue Reading →

How to Keep Your Family Safe When You Work Around COVID-19

by Maya Munot

Health care workers in the U.S. have started self-isolating due to the fear of bringing coronavirus home. This includes measures like sleeping in the basement or in separate bedrooms, using separate bathrooms, and implementing a do-not-cross-this-point policy. Some have even… Continue Reading →

How to Stay Healthy While Working From Home

by Heather Mearns

Now that you are working from home, it is important to create a functional, ergonomic workspace designed just for you. Your muscles learn what you teach them and if you teach them that they don’t have to work, then you… Continue Reading →

20-Minute Total Body Advanced Home Workout — No Equipment Needed!

by Jessica Malen

No Gym,  No Excuses! Safety Guidelines Remember to consult your physician before starting any exercise program. Discontinue exercise and seek medical attention should you experience any abnormal response, such as muscle, joint, or bone pain; chest pain or tightness; shortness… Continue Reading →

Cold and Flu Safety Know-How to Help You Through the Winter

by Megan Van Hoet

According to the CDC, regular handwashing (particularly before and after certain activities) is one of the best ways to avoid getting sick and prevent the spread of germs to others. Yes, you can avoid colds and the flu most of… Continue Reading →

Try These Positive Stress-Management Techniques

by Megan Van Hoet

Regardless of age, gender, race and socioeconomic status, stress affects everyone in some degree. Personal, cultural, technological and physical stress can take a toll on your daily routines. However, not all stress is bad. We can experience eustress, or positive… Continue Reading →

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