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Nearly one in three millennials suffers from mental health conditions, and COVID-19 is only making it worse, says a new study. Over a five-year period, there’s been a downward trend in the health of millennials (aged 22-37), says the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association study. Researchers found among millennials, there’s been a: 43% increase in […]
Consider employee morale as well as health and safety when deciding COVID-19 vaccine policies
Microsoft Teams to launch a well-being offering
An investigation into how an employee contracted COVID-19 in the workplace has caused the CDC to change its definition of “close contact.” This impacts contact tracing and renews emphasis on workplace controls. Previously, the CDC defined “close contact” as someone who spent at least 15 consecutive minutes within six feet of a confirmed coronavirus case. […]
Open enrollment this year will be unlike any other. How do employers prepare for engaging workforce?
Firms rate their health insurers for quality, value. Most employers are not satisfied with their health plan.
It’s great to work from the couch … except maybe for the aching back, tired eyes and sore neck. They’re nasty results of ergonomic sins we need to avoid. And most brought home or picked up unsafe habits – ergonomically speaking – that have or will lead to unnecessary pain, discomfort and even injury. More […]
As employers grapple with how to screen employees for the coronavirus upon returning to the workplace, several federal agencies have issued new testing rules and guidance. In June, there were two big coronavirus testing developments: • The EEOC issued a new ruling on June 17 that said employers are prohibited from requiring mandatory antibody testing. […]