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This week marks the 25th anniversary of the Family & Medical Leave Act, a landmark law that has granted many eligible employees unpaid, job-protected leave to care for loved ones.
Typically, employers either prefer to implement a single global EAP supplier or utilize a variety of regional or local vendors around the world. The argument for a single vendor includes broad geographical coverage, ease of communication, centralized account management and standard data reporting.
Hepatitis B is a virus that causes up to 80% of liver cancer worldwide. It most often impacts people of working age between 35-65 years old.
With the New Year fast approaching, the chances are high that you and many of your employees are making resolutions to improve your lives in 2018.
Earlier this month, Bill Gates reminded us there is hope for an Alzheimer’s breakthrough and announced his $50 million investment in Alzheimer’s R&D.
We can’t always predict a natural disaster and the damage it will cause, but we can take steps to be prepared and extend assistance and support to those affected.
The month of November is a prime opportunity to kick-off or elevate efforts to promote gratitude and kindness at work: November 13th is World Kindness Day and November 28th is World Compassion Day. While championing kindness and gratitude in the workplace may sound “soft” to some, both expressions are evidence-based ways to improve positive emotions, a vital component of our emotional health.