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The Secrets to Happiness at Work

April 30 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, Community, Culture, Worksite Culture, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, workplace culture, gratitude at work, appreciation at work, happiness at work, Massachusetts health, behavioral science, wellness, employee loyalty, leadership skills, employee experience, workplace loyalty, cultural competence, leadership, company leadership, ceo, cfo, c suite leadership, leading wellbeing, employee wellness, worksite well-being, leadership support for wellbeing, creative leadership, millennials, productivity, managers, middle management, employee engagement, connection at work, workplace communications, social connections, friendships at work, wellness strategy, wellness program, gallup, chronic stress, engagement strategey, hate your manager, Martin Seligman,, authentic happiness, purpose

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Are you happy at work? Happiness in the workplace has been a topic of interest for several years, and with good reason. With reports of low levels of engaged employees and employee turnover at the highest rate in years, employers need to keep employee happiness on the radar. Happiness in the workplace links not only to engagement and retention, but also to attracting the right talent to the organization.

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Step Away From The Desk and Connect

April 23 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Personal health, Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, Community, Culture, Worksite Culture, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, workplace culture, wellness, employee wellness, food, lunch, office lunch, lunch break, healthy meetings, food policy, food at work, employee wellness goals, communication, employee camaraderie, connection at work, social connections, friendships at work, wellness program, gallup

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Have you ever eaten lunch at your desk? If you are like many people, this may be a daily occurrence. Perhaps you feel pressured to keep working, or you want to work through lunch so that you can head out early to beat the traffic.

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The Business Imperative of Well-Being

April 10 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, workplace culture, improving employee productivity, wellness, leadership skills, work environment, employee happiness, measuring wellbeing, company leadership, ceo, cfo, c suite leadership, employee wellness, worksite well-being, work productivity loss, productivity, money, benefits, managers, hr, leaders, employee engagement, wellness program, financial wellbeing, sales, bottom line, talent management, gallup

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We hear about health care all the time. It represents 18% of GDP. Yet, what we're not hearing about is a change from the model we use here in the United States, which is an employer funded model. For now, it's here to stay. We also know that businesses profit from healthy employees. So what can you do in your organization to bring well-being to the forefront and make the connection between well-being and profitability?
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Do your leaders understand the business imperative of wellbeing?

April 09 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Personal health, Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, Community, Culture, Worksite Culture, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, workplace culture, gratitude at work, appreciation at work, happiness at work, workplace volunteer programs, improving employee productivity, Massachusetts health, wellness, employee loyalty, leadership skills, employee experience, employee happiness, leadership, company leadership, ceo, cfo, c suite leadership, leading wellbeing, employee wellness, worksite well-being, office lunch, lunch break, employee wellness goals, work productivity loss, creative leadership, millennials, mindfulness, productivity, money, assistance, benefits, eap, employee benefits, managers, middle management, health program, healthy workplace, employee performance, social connections, friendships at work, wellness strategy, wellness program, strategy, wellness technology, talent management, gallup

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I’d like you to think back to your first job. Your first corporate job. What was that job like? I was a clerk, coding premium payments at a life insurance company in Hartford, Connecticut. It wasn’t a very intellectually challenging or stimulating job, but I quickly learned there was something that was really special about this place that I was working. 

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Wellbeing as a Talent Management Strategy: Video

March 27 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, workplace culture, happiness at work, improving employee productivity, wellness, leadership skills, work environment, employee happiness, measuring wellbeing, company leadership, ceo, cfo, c suite leadership, employee wellness, worksite well-being, work productivity loss, productivity, money, benefits, managers, hr, leaders, employee engagement, wellness program, financial wellbeing, sales, bottom line, talent management, gallup

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Not long ago, I had a conversation with a Chief Human Resource Officer, and here’s what she said to me: “Wellbeing is the cornerstone of our talent management strategy.”

I looked at her and said, "Wow, that’s a really strong statement. I’m curious, can you tell me a little bit more about why wellbeing is so important for your talent management strategy?"

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Wellbeing is the New Talent Management Strategy - And It Works. 

March 26 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, Culture, Worksite Culture, worksite wellbeing, workplace culture, Massachusetts health, behavioral science, wellness, leadership skills, work environment, employee experience, workplace loyalty, cultural competence, employee happiness, measuring wellbeing, leadership, ceo, cfo, c suite leadership, leading wellbeing, employee wellness, workplace food policy, creative leadership, millennials, productivity, money, benefits, employee benefits, managers, middle management, health program, employee performance, social connections, friendships at work, wellness strategy, wellness program, strategy, financial wellbeing, talent management, gallup

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Not long ago, I had a conversation with a Chief Human Resource Officer, and here’s what she said to me: “Wellbeing is the cornerstone of our talent management strategy.”

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