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Taking Care of Yourself at Work

Taking Care of Yourself at Work

Stress can build throughout the workday. Targeting specific areas can provide the "preventative maintenance" you need to leave work feeling less exhausted.

Building Resilience: Finding Time Alone

Building Resilience: Finding Time Alone

It can be difficult to schedule alone time, and it is often seen as a "nice-to-have" activity. But it can be a useful tool. Alone time improves mood, offers work-life balance, and renews your purpose.

Dealing with Difficult Situations at Work

Dealing with Difficult Situations at Work

Difficult situations at work—major errors, sudden change, conflicts, and emotional meltdowns—affect every workplace.

Getting Help for Anxiety

Getting Help for Anxiety

If worries feel excessive and out of your control, it’s time to call an EAP or a mental health professional and get relief. Anxiety is a common complaint among employees of all ages, particularly younger workers. 

Functioning Well Under Pressure

Functioning Well Under Pressure

Periodically, everyone experiences work pressure. When working under pressure, you experience a force (often a deadline) that requires you to accomplish more work at a speed that strains your ability to cope.