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Are You Resilient?

 May 7 2020
Resiliency is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. In our interview with Shari Goldsmith, LISW, president of Workplace Resilience, she helps us unpack key strategies to become more resilient during these turbulent times. One of the most important findings was research done by Dr. Salvatore Maddi, which identifies the 3 C’s that resilient people exhibit. Click here t...

Wellness Tip: Building Resiliency

 May 1 2020
Resilience is a crucial skill we need to thrive in uncertain times – it is the ability to rebound productively in challenging situations, and it has a strong protective effect against anxiety.  Now more than ever, we need to build that resiliency reflex, and luckily, it can be learned and built over time. Here are six ways to bounce back in an emotionally stressful time

NEW Financial Wellness Digital Series for Employees

 April 27 2020
An educated employee is an empowered employee, especially when it comes to retirement savings and financial wellness. To help employees better understand their fiduciary process, the key features of your company’s retirement plan, and the importance of setting aside money for their future, it’s crucial to offer financial education. Financial education can come in many forms and digital...

Wellness Tips - May 2020 Live Well, Work Well

 April 27 2020
Click here to view the May Live Well, Work Well newsletter.

Wellness Tip: Stargazing

 April 23 2020
One of the pillars of self-compassion is a recognition of our common humanity – when we are feeling stressed out, remembering that we are part of something bigger than ourselves can be very helpful.  And what could be bigger than the universe!  Stargazing has been shown to decrease stress because it reminds us that there is a whole universe out there that we are connected to, a who...

The Need for Sleep

 April 16 2020
contributed by Michelle Furlong, Vice President of Human Resources Did you know that adults should sleep 7 or more hours each night for optimal health? Not getting enough sleep is associated with an increased risk for a number of chronic diseases and conditions.  It is scientifically proven that sleep meditation can help fight mild insomnia and other sleep disorders.  So, if you find y...

Employees and Their Children During the COVID-19 Quarantine

 April 14 2020
I was asked to offer a few suggestions about homeschooling for employees that may need some guidance during this unusual time.  You may or may not be aware that I have homeschooled our children for the past eight years.  As the years have progressed and our number of children has grown, I have had to make adjustments along the way.  I pray that our experience can offer you a little ...

How to Be Mindful When You’re Anxious

 April 10 2020
The difference between a good day and a bad day is all in how you interpret it. You get to decide whether you’ll view the day from a growth-oriented mindset or negative one, so choose wisely. Here’s an exercise called High/Low/Hero – maybe use it as a routine to wrap up your work day, or to bring your family together at the end of the day. Your daily “high&rdqu...

Don’t Just Stream During the Quarantine

 April 3 2020
This is unchartered territory for all of us. As a result of the rapid spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), our country is facing one of the biggest health related challenges most of us can remember. We’re hearing words like “pandemic,” and “outbreak.”

COVID-19 Q&A with Dr. Michael Todd, Bon Secours Mercy Health

 April 3 2020
LIbby Allison, host of HORAN  podcast, Benefits: What Like It’s Hard? interviews Dr. Michael Todd from Bon Secours Mercy Health about COVID-19. Click the link below to listen.
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