The holidays can bring traditions, family get togethers and joy, but they can also bring extra stress. In fact, 38% of us find our stress increases and 64% of people who suffer from mental illness find their condition worsens around the holidays.* Holiday stress can stem from a number of factors, from financial stress to … 7 Tips for Getting the Most From Your Holidays
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Creating cultures focused on the whole person, not just the worker, are key to reducing and preventing burnout. Learn more about what this looks like in the real world.
Thanksgiving is a great time to slow down and really think about what makes us all grateful. Join us for a throwback to our #7DaysOfGratitude campaign and explore all the benefits gratitude can bring.
How do we build cultures that help people avoid burnout in their lives?
Burnout might be on the rise, but so is the awareness surrounding it. So what has been done to overcome burnout and why hasn’t it worked on its own?
Burnout is a growing problem for individuals and organizations alike. But in order to solve for it, we have to better understand the underlying causes.
Recent research cites toxic culture as the number one reason for people quitting their jobs during the pandemic.1 It might seem easy to dismiss this as an HR problem, but cultural toxicity has impacts that reach far beyond HR and pose a huge risk to businesses. As employees disengage and churn from an organization, the … Is Your Culture Driving Away Customers?
Welcome to our SPOTLYFE Wellness series. This week we’re talking with Steve Fernandez, Co-founder of Pause+Expand, a corporate wellness program that leverages unique visualization, sound and meditation techniques to drive greater productivity and wellbeing at work. Check out the interview below: SPOTLYFE: Welcome, Steve. We’re excited to learn from you today. Let’s start by helping … SPOTLYFE Wellness: Pause + Expand
Cultural Norms According to social psychologist, Devon Price, despite doing more work today than any other human beings in history, we still feel we’re not doing enough.1 In fact, productivity has grown by 61.8% since the early 1970s.2 This stems from our societal view of rest as a form of laziness instead of seeing it … Don’t Get Hustled by Technology