Tag: Employee Wellness
The Importance of Employability Skills in Today’s Job Market
In today’s competitive job market, employers are looking for candidates with strong academic credentials and a range of employability skills. Social and emotional learning (SEL) plays a crucial role in developing these skills and preparing students for the workforce.
The Unseen Cost of Stress in the Workplace
Negative effects of stress include high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, anxiety, and depression. Employers can mitigate stress in the workplace through policies that prioritize employee well-being.
Companies who Invest in Employee Wellness See Benefits
The benefits of employee wellness programs include improved productivity, reduced absenteeism, and increased job satisfaction. Research-based evidence supports the positive impact of wellness programs on employee well-being.
Top 7 Goals for Workplace Wellness in 2023
Here are the Top 7 Goals for Workplace Wellness in 2023. Enhancing mental health resources, promoting physical activity, and fostering a positive workplace culture are just a few. Get practical strategies for prioritizing employee well-being in the workplace.
Why Employers Should Care About the Youth Mental Health Crisis
Research-based evidence emphasizes why employers should care about the youth mental health crisis and it’s impact on the workforce. To effectively respond to the crisis among youth, comprehensive policies that promote employee wellness are required.
Improving Teacher Retention with Social-Emotional Learning
The high rate of teacher burnout and turnover in the United States can be addressed through the implementation of SEL practices in schools, which can create a more supportive and empowering classroom environment for both students and teachers, improving academic performance and reducing behavioral issues.