For many employers, while employee wellbeing is important, it can often take a back seat to financial priorities like improving the bottom line.
Have you noticed your employees coming in late, coming in sick frequently or mentioning they’re not getting enough rest? Have you also noticed the same employees experiencing low productivity or job burnout? It’s possible these employees are suffering from workplace fatigue.
As corporate wellness programs become increasingly expected in the business world, employers have learned to leverage technology to fit their workforces’ needs and control costs.
While many businesses and organizations have focused on creating more accepting environments in the last 10 years, mental illness remains taboo in the American workplace.
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For many employers, the spiraling costs associated with employee benefits, workers’ compensation and absenteeism are seen as frustrating but inevitable. They’ve gone up every year, they’ll probably go up again next year — and there’s not a whole lot that can be done about it.
There’s been an unsettling trend in American society that continues to gain popularity every year: American employees aren’t taking their vacation time.