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Expert Interview: Mim Senft

March 05 2019 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, wellness, employee wellness, worksite well-being, hr, women at work, working women, company culture, employee well-being, human resources, corporate wellness, corporate culture, gender balance, gender equity

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In this Expert Interview, AdvancingWellness CEO Mari Ryan and Mim Senft explore the topic of women in the workplace.

Mim is the President and CEO of Motivity Partnerships, and she is also the co-founder of Global Women 4 Wellbeing. Mim is a positive force in the wellness and well-being industry, calling for collaboration to move the profession forward.

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Women in the Workplace

March 04 2019 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, hr, women at work, working women, company culture, employee well-being, human resources, workplace wellness, organizational culture, corporate wellness, gender balance, pay equity, gender equity

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International Women’s Day is on March 8th. As we celebrate, it’s important to reflect on the achievements of women and take action to create a more gender-balanced world for the future.

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Top Three Workplace Wellbeing Articles - Week of May 14, 2018

May 18 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, improving employee productivity, worksite well-being, productivity, women's health, women at work, wellbeing for women, women, working women, "fourth trimester", pregnancy, maternal mortality, postpartum care, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Each week I read a number of workplace wellbeing articles from various online resources. Here are my top three picks from this week. I have added my comments about each article and would like to hear what you think too.

This week's theme is women's health in celebration of Women's Health Week. See my blog, Women's Health Why Employers Should Care. Don't miss my expert interview with Mache Seibel, MDone of America’s leading voices on women’s wellness and menopause. 

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Expert Interview: Dr. Mache Seibel, MD

May 15 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, workplace culture, wellness, company leadership, ceo, c suite leadership, employee wellness, worksite well-being, millennials, productivity, benefits, managers, hr, leaders, employee engagement, managers and wellbeing, employee performance, communication, wellness strategy, wellness program, strategy, job security, work stress, stress management, stress, engagement strategey, women's health, women at work, wellbeing for women, women, working women, menopause, mache seibel

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Dr. Mache Seibel helps women in and around menopause figure it out so they don’t have to tough it out. Dr. Seibel is one of America’s leading voices on women’s wellness and menopause. He is a highly sought-after health communicator and keynote speaker, who combines health information with original music, humor and stories that emotionally capture the audience and holds their attention, while the medicine goes down.

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Women’s Health: Why Employers Should Care

May 14 2018 / by Mari Ryan posted in Personal health, Worksite Wellness, Wellbeing, Community, Culture, Worksite Culture, worksite wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, workplace maternity policies, workplace family friendly policies, workplace paternity policies, workplace culture, Massachusetts health, behavioral science, medical billing codes, wellness, leadership skills, workplace loyalty, leadership, benefits, employee benefits, women at work, wellbeing for women, women, paid family leave, working women

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As we celebrate Mother’s Day in the US, it’s also a good time to think about women’s health. Today women make up 47% of the US workforce. That amounts to 74.6 million women in the civilian workforce. There is good news and bad news with regard to women’s health. Women are more likely to seek medical care than men, yet women’s health care is more costly. 

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