Tag: Employee Assisted Programs (EAPs)

Encourage Your Employees to Talk to a Professional about Stress

Posted: May 19, 2020

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Mental Health Awareness Month Nearly half of Americans report the coronavirus crisis is harming their mental health, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll.* As we collectively move through the coronavirus pandemic, we are becoming increasingly aware of the multiple effects it is having on all of us. Some are dealing with the loss of [...] Read Post

Where do you want to be post-quarantine?

Posted: May 1, 2020

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Now is a good time to focus on your health goals We continue to optimistically monitor cases of coronavirus in Lehigh and Northampton counties, as well in many other surrounding areas in Pennsylvania. As a downward trend occurs, albeit slowly and gradually, health authorities are strongly recommending continued physical distancing for all, and staying at [...] Read Post

Health and Well-Being Emergency Preparedness: Guidance for Employers and Employees

Posted: March 23, 2020

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During emergent health situations, such as the one we are facing now with COVID-19, we understand that employers could benefit from support and guidance with keeping their employees’ well-being intact. Whether employees are coming into the office, holding down operations in a manufacturing facility, or working remotely, there are many factors to consider, including [...] Read Post

Worker safety and health absolutely affect your bottom line

Posted: January 30, 2020

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Occupational health, behavioral health, and physical health are connected What employer doesn’t want to shore up their workforce? Many studies have shown that encouraging employee health and taking steps toward a healthy workplace culture will reap benefits for employees and employers alike. Here are some examples: A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition [...] Read Post

In Honor of Suicide Prevention Month, Start Talking about it

Posted: September 6, 2019

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide has increased 33 percent since 1999 and is rising especially fast among women and young people. Researchers at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention speculate that “a period of increased stress combined with a lack of a sense of security” may be behind the trend. [...] Read Post