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How Do You Build an Effective Well-Being Program? These Are the 4 Steps You Should Take.

by Gary Beckstrand, Entrepreneur.com
July 14, 2018

Formal well-being programs are gaining in popularity — and for good reason. For one thing, employees want to feel that their health and financial and emotional wellness is valued as much as their work. For another, companies are realizing the value that formal well-being initiatives bring, not only in terms of employee health but also in terms...[Click to read more]

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The Rising Digital Workforce: Six Tips for Small Business Owners Managing Remote Workers

by Chanell Turner, Myasbn.com
July 13, 2018

Remote work is on the rise. A report from Flexjobs projects that 3.9 million Americans work from home at least part-time. This is a 115 percent rise compared to 1.8 million in 2005. Hiring managers in the report predicted that one-third of employees would work from home in 10 years. This data is a strong indicator that...[Click to read more]

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5 Smart Ways to Stay Physically Active as a Remote Worker

by Remote.com, Thriveglobal.com
July 13, 2018

When you work remotely, it’s easy to find yourself stationed at a desk for hours at a time with no watercooler breaks, visits to coworkers’ cubicles, and walks to the office kitchen. Research shows that sitting for long periods of time poses dozens of health risks, including increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, and excess body fat....[Click to read more]

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Wasted Employee Time Adds Up: Here’s How to Fix It

by John Rampton, Entrepreneur.com
July 13, 2018

Employees want to be productive, but sometimes the allure of time-wasting activitiesis just too tempting. When that happens, it’s up to leaders to keep everyone on track. According to research from Salary.com, 89 percent of employees waste at least some time at work every day. Thirty-one percent waste about 30 minutes, but the top 10 percent waste three...[Click to read more]

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How To Use Gamification To Impact Your Employee’s Productivity

by Paul Keijzer, Business2community.com
July 13, 2018

It’s no secret that happier and engaged employees are more productive. They’ll enjoy the work they perform, work harder, work better and stay with your company longer. And when your employee’s productivity is driving them to perform at high levels your company’s chances of achieving success becomes all the more realistic. Using gamification you can make work and...[Click to read more]

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5 ways to make tough decisions faster (and not regret them later)

by ELIZABETH GRACE SAUNDERS, Fastcompany.com
July 12, 2018

Decisions–or, more accurately, indecision–can cause a drag on your time for days, weeks, months, or even years. But choosing well doesn’t always have to mean choosing slowly. As an experienced time-management coach, I’ve developed a handful of strategies for cutting down the time it takes to make tough decisions. First you need to lay the groundwork,...[Click to read more]

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