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The typical “social business diet” takes a toll on the heart, a new study has found.
According to the US Department of Transportation, Americans make more than 405 million long-distance business trips per year.
Over the years, we have developed work styles that are not good for our physical, mental or emotional health, and they need assessment.
“It’s not that we’re bad people, or that we aren’t working hard,” says Leigh Stringer, author of The Healthy Workplace.
Does your office frequently cater meetings? Do you often have parties for celebrations such as promotions, birthdays, or retirement? If so, your work life may be contributing to your weight concerns.
Did you know that according to a recent survey by CareerBuilder.com, 41% of the US workforce states that t
Without a doubt, when an individual is given responsibility, they are given the opportunity to mature and shed improper behavior; autistic individuals are no different, particularly if they are given the chance to hold a job and build a career off of it. It means the beginning of an independent life, or perhaps even less dependability.
Workplace wellness is a big issue with workers. After all no amount of money is worth getting sick and dying over. We all hear about workplace wellness programs and claims that they are well worth the cost. In consideration of the high value we place on our health this is well worth exploring.