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Chronic Pain in the Workplace

Chronic Pain in the Workplace

Often invisible, some pain-producing conditions can be easy to dismiss or overlook in our daily interactions. Coworkers with these conditions are often highly adaptive and efficient, so be sure not to mistake their slower movement for lack of motivation or mental ability.

July is Social Wellness Month

July is Social Wellness Month

As we age, our risk for social isolation increases which can shorten our lives. Building a reliable support network can help improve your social wellness.

Doing Your Own Team Building

Doing Your Own Team Building

Simple team building exercises can can recommit the team to one another. Such activities can inject energy into the team, improve communication, boost productivity, and reduce conflict. Give it a try!

Communicating with Millennials for Peak Productivity

Communicating with Millennials for Peak Productivity

When giving assignments, include “the why.” Millennials are less motivated by simply being told, “do it. When your team needs a productivity boost, consider the strengths and values of millennials, such as team skills, challenges, less fear of change, applying tech to problems, high energy, finding the answer, and pushing the limits of discovery.

Passive-Aggressive Behavior at Work

Passive-Aggressive Behavior at Work

Few people are passive-aggressive as a way of life, but on the job, passive-aggressive behavior can undermine a positive workplace. A private, honest discussion is your path to an improved relationship with your coworkers.