Providing TLC in the Workplace

There are many different types of love. "Agape" love focuses on our unselfish concern for the welfare for others. This form of love is not only appropriate for the workplace, it’s greatly needed.


Going Beyond a New Year’s Resolution to Maintain Emotional Stability

When it comes to managing our mental health, it’s better to use a consistent approach. Employee assistance programs (EAPs) can help you make emotional well-being a top priority throughout the year.


Does Mindfulness Make Us More Resilient?

As the adage goes, we can’t always control what happens to us, but we can control our reactions. Now scientific studies show that meditation can help us cope with life's many challenges.


Drug and Alcohol Use and Abuse: How Employers Can Help

Employee assistance programs can help employees who are struggling with substance abuse or other concerns that interfere with work.


The Importance of Healthy Work Relationships

Our work lives and personal lives are intertwined, where experiences in one world can significantly impact the other. In trying times, it’s reassuring to receive love and support from both worlds.


The Working Homeless: An Epidemic That Must Be Faced

Many of us are unaware that some homeless people also hold down jobs. By helping the working homeless overcome their plight, employers not only strengthen their workforce but also their bottom line.


The Importance of a Grateful Workplace

Feeling appreciated is a basic human need. But the art of practicing gratitude in the workplace not only improves employee morale, but also an organization’s bottom line.


Three Reminders During an Active Shooter (Beyond Run, Hide, Fight)

Is your organization prepared for a potential active shooter event? Training can help your workforce take the necessary precautions to remain safe.


Care for the Caregiver: We Need More in Schools

The threat of violence can remain a constant in the minds of teachers and school personnel. Let’s make sure these “caregivers” have what they need to be successful before, during and after a crisis.


Seasonal Affective Disorder Can Make Season’s Greetings Depressing

If you feel more down than festive this holiday season, you could be suffering from a form of depression known as Seasonal Affective Disorder. In this blog, we discuss the symptoms of SAD and provide many tips to help you feel better.


What is Memory Care?

Helping a loved one with dementia can become a daunting challenge. Your Employee Assistance Program or Work-Life Benefit can help you find the answers you need.


Situational Awareness During the Holiday Season

Many criminals choose their victims because they’re perceived as easy targets. To avoid becoming a statistic this holiday season, it’s important to be aware of your surroundings—and take precautions to increase your safety.