Your perception of stress has real health implications. Here are three new things we learned from Limeade behavior change advisor Stacy Shaw Welch, PhD.
Despite a seven-year low, the average stress level is still too high. What’s making your employees so stressed? We’ve got five things they’re freaking out about and what you can do.
There’s a sweet spot of stress – and it’s not always easy to find. Limeade thought leader, and Chief Behavioral Advisor, Stacy Shaw Welch, Ph.D., explains the science of stress in the workplace.
Did you know April is National Stress Awareness Month? We all experience stress, see stats on stress and know it’s an issue. Thinking of new ways to address this stress is another matter. To get new ideas for our own relief, we turned to TED.com — our favorite resource for new inspiration and ideas. We encourage you to carve out 15 minutes for yourself to check out one of the great talks we found below.
April 16th marks National Stress Awareness Day. We’ve rounded up our favorite posts to help you address stress in your own workplace.
With high-stress levels playing a significant role in employee burnout, managing stress is essential to employee well-being, engagement and productivity. In a recent study with Quantum Workplace, we surveyed nearly 2,000 participants to discover which stress management benefits employees crave.
The facts are in: employees are stressed about money and it’s a distraction in the office. So to help you re-engage your employees, we’ve got three of our best practices to reaching financial wellness.
September can be a stressful month. This back-to-school time represents more than just the start of carpool and packed lunches: we say goodbye to a carefree summertime mindset, seem to work longer hours, have a tighter budgets and begin to plan for the holidays. To help you address that September stress, we’ve put together six of our best stress- relieving tips.
Financial stress can have a profound impact on your employees’ ability to focus, manage work-related stress and be productive on the job. If you’re ready to help your employees get their financial health in order, follow these seven simple and relatively hands-off steps.
According to the American Medical Association, stress is the cause of more than 60 percent of basic human illness and disease. Since April is Stress Awareness Month, we’re sharing our favorite tips to prevent AND reduce stress.