Employees who are deeply invested in their work over long periods of time without intentional recovery have a higher risk of burnout and exhaustion.
We are honored to be named a Best Workplaces by Puget Sound Business Journal for the fifth year in a row — ranking #5 in 2017 and #1 in 2015.
Here’s what we loved and learned from our fireside chat with Jonathan Sposato.
The Paid Leave Pledge isn’t just the right thing to do — it’s a sound business decision.
On April 17th and 18th at Limeade Engage in Savannah, GA, keynote speakers Daniel Pink, Lisa Bodell and Josh Bersin tackled the concepts of timing, complexity, well-being, engagement and productivity at work — and left the audience with new tools and insights to transform their workplace.
When you empower employees to step up, make their own decisions and pave their own path to success, you create a better workplace culture.
Five simple tips to help you manage and reduce your stress levels.
As HR professionals, we get to advocate for our employees and — to me — that’s very powerful and gratifying. This change is important for our business and, most importantly, our people.
We at Limeade applaud Frances McDormand for shining the spotlight on women and inclusion.
We know the best way to improve well-being and employee engagement is to invest authentically in your people.