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Data Analytics; So What?

July 12, 2017

For years, business leaders inherently knew that to be successful, they must proactively search for, identify and address risk.  Ignoring that pesky “engine light” can prove to be disastrous and costly.   As a business leader, if you knew which preventable risks were responsible for major revenue and productivity losses, what would you do? Well, when …

Data Analytics; So What?
#1 Cost of Tired Workers

#1 Cost of Tired Workers

June 3, 2017

Sleep is probably one of the easiest things that a workplace well-being program can address to improve health and productivity. Many companies want to raise their competitiveness and increase profits through productivity and efficiency of their workforce. Instead, corporate culture has long rewarded the employee that comes in early and stays late. A tired staff …

The Safety and Wellness Connection

June 2, 2017

The Safety/Wellness Connection Wellness and Safety Departments have an abundance of shared goals and objectives, but many have yet to fully realize how dependent they are on each other to truly be successful. As each day passes, more and more evidence is published to demonstrate the undeniable connection between safety and wellness. As a result, …

The Safety and Wellness Connection
Well-Being, Health and Aging Workforce

Well-Being, Health and Aging Workforce

May 15, 2017

Aging. We all work to slow it down, avoid it or reverse it, but there is no getting around it. Typically, aging is referred to as a period of declining physical health and cognitive decline, so no wonder there is such ambivalence about getting older.  People in the U.S. are living longer than ever before. …