When employees don’t feel supported in their goals – or don’t see opportunities for advancement within their company – they become disengaged. Don’t worry – we’ve got five strategies that’ll help employees achieve career goals for you to try today.
Now more than ever, employees are being asked to do more with less – and it’s taking its toll. In 2013, a study by Harris Interactive found that 83 percent of Americans are stressed out at work, up from 73 percent in 2012. Couple that with raising a family, financial concerns and health issues, and […]
Proactive employees are self-motivated, innovative problem solvers. When people feel trusted and supported at work, it not only gets results, but leads to increased engagement, presenteeism and productivity. Here are five ways you can support employees to be more proactive at work:
Our 24/7 society has led to extended work hours with around-the-clock availability on mobile devices. This means that sleep often drops to the bottom of the priority list. In fact, nearly 30 percent of Americans are sleep-deprived, regularly getting less than seven to nine hours of sleep a day. And those in the health care, […]
Our lives are filled with long work hours, constant electronic distractions and (often unhealthy) eating on the run. On top of that, the CDC reports that nearly a third of Americans are sleep-deprived. So is it any wonder that the Limeade Insights team reported that “having more energy” is the #2 well-being goal? Why Employers […]
We’re already almost two months into 2014. Your employees may have already forgotten about their New Year’s resolutions. You can help change that! At the start of a wellness program, we always ask participants to select goals they want to work on with Limeade. These are the top 6 well-being goals – across both men […]
When we ask people what their top goal is, the most popular answer is to lose weight. This isn’t a surprise. Losing weight is the number one New Year’s resolution nationwide. Unfortunately, research from the Journal of Clinical Psychology has shown that only eight percent of those who make a resolution actually fulfill it. Why […]