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These three components are key to Accenture’s employee well-being strategy

HR Brew

Those three words are the basis for the employee well-being strategy at Accenture, Tamarah Duperval-Brownlee, the company’s chief health officer, said at the Workhuman Live conference on April 17. She said she knew the health crisis would have lasting effects on people’s mental, physical, and financial well-being.

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How Best Workplaces Are Creating More Well-Being for Employees in 2024

Great Place to Work

In the immediate aftermath of the pandemic, employee well-being became a top priority for company leaders. Yet, despite years of investment, measures of well-being in the workplace have stagnated. What builds well-being for employees? Mangers can affect employee well-being — for better or worse. Personal support.

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How Main Line Health Is Exploring Flexible Work to Promote Psychological Well-being

Great Place to Work

The organization is now more focused on resiliency, burnout, self-care, and well-being. Tips for success Ebersole shared some lessons learned for others looking to improve mental well-being in their organizations: 1. After two years of work, Main Line Health is starting to see movement in its employee survey results.

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3 Workplace Wellness Tips for the Holidays

Bonusly

Here are a few workplace wellness tips to consider for an enjoyable and less-stressed holiday experience. Do you have a plan in place already for addressing workplace wellness, or is there room for improvement? Are there any workplace wellness holiday tips you’d like to add? What factors are driving this level of discontent?

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The Next Human Frontier - Total Wellness from Life to Work

Speaker: Janine Truitt, Owner/Chief Innovations Officer for Talent Think Innovations, LLC

As work and life continue to blend and issues like mental health and wellness continue to be elevated as important conversations, those of us in the people operations business ought to be thinking about what this means for the world of work. Bridging the gap between what you think your employees want and what their actual wellness needs are.

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Technically HR: New financial wellness partnership can help your employees file their taxes

HR Brew

Employers that offer Origin as a financial wellness perk can now tout the additional benefit of tax preparation services in the app. Watson said the new tax-filing feature is an example of a new way to look at financial wellness benefits. Financial wellness as part of the wellness landscape is growing. Watson said.

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98% of CHROs say they’re responsible for employee well-being, but most aren’t investing in it, survey says

HR Brew

While often used interchangeably, well-being and wellness are distinct ; the former refers to the state of an employee’s overall health (physical and mental, as well as financial) and the latter describes how an employee can maintain their health (think exercise and meditation). And both are HR priorities.

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The HR Biweekly Payroll Calendar Template

This calendar provides the start and end dates of pay periods for biweekly payroll in 2022 as well as paydays. Many employers opt to use HR and payroll software to keep track of payroll but those who do not must be mindful of local, state, and federal requirements; not to mention the ultimate goal of paying employees on time.

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Why Financial Health Is Essential to Your Employee Wellness Strategy

Building a financial wellness program is a concrete contribution toward the long-term mental well-being and stability of your employees. Not only is financial stress known to cause physical health conditions like heart disease and migraines, but 50% of employees believe that it causes them to be more distracted at work.

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Promoting a Culture of Workplace Wellness through Mindfulness, Gratitude and Joy

Speaker: Julie Bruns, Organizational Development and Training Lead, SWC Technology Partners

Learn how to share this in your workplace and build a unique culture of wellness in this webinar by Julie Bruns. Employ practices that will energize employees and bring more wellness to their everyday lives (inside and outside of work).

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The Essential Role of Ergonomics in Workplace Wellness and Employee Retention

This white paper captures key insights from a 2021 survey conducted by Ragan’s Workplace Wellness Insider, in collaboration with Ergotron. Research on remote work, the return to the workplace, and the ergonomic support needed in both places reveals changes to worker expectations. Learn about surveyed workers’: Preferred work arrangements.

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Movement Mindset: How Small Shifts Can Make a Big Impact in Health & Well-Being

Developing healthy lifestyle habits is crucial to enhance employee well-being. While this may sound challenging, the science of habit change shows us that small steps make new routines easier to implement and maintain. Learn how in this whitepaper.

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Financial Wellness - What Your Managers Need To Know

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker

As a manager, looking out for the welfare of the team means being aware of the personal life issues that come up and distract or disorient staff. One of the most impactful issues is personal finances.

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Develop Effective Workspaces that Boost Employee Wellness

Buying sit-stand furniture doesn’t guarantee that equipment will get used. Ensuring that the investment in active furniture is a success requires a broader commitment from the organization. There are important steps that leaders should take, especially when remote workers make up such a significant portion of the employee base.

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Employee Wellness: How to Make Remote Work for You

Speaker: Abby Guthkelch, Global Head of Executive Engagement at Meta

Remote working has been put in the spotlight by the global pandemic, becoming a new norm for huge swaths of the global working population. But establishing a successful remote-first company culture involves far more than just letting people work from home. The number one ingredient needed in successful remote working teams is trust.