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Wellbeing Trends We’ll See In 2018: Vending Machines, Standing Desks and Nap Rooms

It’s no secret: Over the last few years, corporate well-being programs have really come of age. Continued advances in technology and a renewed cultural interest in health and well-being are largely behind this big shift. But, as I consider
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Being part of a community group could protect you from cognitive decline

From: www.eurekalert.org Via: twitter.com We are better together. Join a group and increase brain power. https://t.co/8U7jJJp9jESocial engagement
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How Complaining Can Alter Our Perception

From: psychcentral.com Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: How Complaining Can Create "Bad Karma" in Your Brain | World of Psychology https://t.co/
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The aging paradox: The older we get, the happier we are

From: www.latimes.com   By: Deborah Netburn Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: The aging
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Health determined by social relationships at work

From: www.sciencedaily.com Via: twitter.com RT @RobertCialdini: You can count beans for a living if it is with the right people. https://t.co/
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The Right Way to Use Tech in Your Wellness Program

Editor’s note: Collecting and analyzing health data can help you make better decisions when it comes to selecting benefits plans and programs, especially healthcare programs. How to do this is explained in this related article How to Use
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Could Loving What You Do Be A Problem?

From: www.huffingtonpost.com Via: twitter.com Could Loving What You Do Be A Problem? https://t.co/yQ158gtAteInterview with Professor Robert
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Employee Financial Well-Being Is An HR Concern

When it comes to financial priorities, many employees are primarily concerned with paying down debt, saving for large purchases, or affording child care and college education. Employees must figure out a plan to address these immediate expenses
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Trend In Wellness Is Toward Well-Being Programs

Workplace wellness programs are now widespread in the U.S., with more than 70% of larger organizations offering employees access to smoking cessation programs, fitness centers, nutrition counseling, stress management and other services. While these
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Most Employees Feel Authentic at Work, but It Can Take a While

From: hbr.org   By: Vanessa Buote Via: twitter.com Most Employees Feel Authentic at Work, but

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