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Good for the Heart, Good for the Brain

Good for the Heart, Good for the Brain

It’s the New Year and you may have a resolution about being healthy. Healthy habits that benefit the heart also show to have benefits for your brain! Learn more about these benefits from this blog post.

Dependable Workers Are Consistent

Dependable Workers Are Consistent

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a work reputation. Here are some tips to guide you as you keep building your reputation, while keeping in mind the goal of consistency.

New Physical Activity Guidelines

New Physical Activity Guidelines

With the New Year around the corner, consider the new guidelines from the U.S. Office of Disease Prevention when making your next year’s resolutions. The U.S. Office of Disease Prevention has released its updated “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.”

Avoid After-Hours Job Creep

Avoid After-Hours Job Creep

Do you find yourself not being able to stop checking your work emails from home? If so, you may be experiencing job creep. Check out the November Life Work Connections Employee Assistance Program blog post for more information.

Respecting Personal Boundaries at Work

Respecting Personal Boundaries at Work

Do you walk through a coworker’s door unannounced, call after hours when he or she is at home, or sit in a chair close by while the coworker is on the phone, waiting your turn to speak with him? Honoring personal boundaries of coworkers is seen as a sign of respect.