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I dipendenti riferiscono di fare progressi sul lavoro più importanti del riconoscimento, di un lavoro significativo

Uno studio della società di ricerca e consulenza tecnica Forrester Research, Inc., Predictions 2018: Employee Experience Powers the Future of Work, evidenzia i cambiamenti chiave sul posto di lavoro che contribuiranno alla crescita aiutando i dipendenti a migliorare le esperienze dei clienti. Tra i risultati dello studio c'è che negli Stati Uniti solo il 32% dei dipendenti è impegnato. Questa mancanza ...

Resilienza sul posto di lavoro: una revisione delle prove

A new report by the American Heart Association suggests that training employees in resilience is a useful strategy to reduce stress and depression in the workplace. According to the report “Resilience in the Workplace: An Evidence Review and Implications for Practice,” providing resilience training can strengthen a person’s ability to withstand, recover, and bounce back…

Well-being Initiatives to Boost Employee Engagement and Productivity

Onsite fitness programs, flexible working arrangements, and mindfulness coaching top the list of 14 workplace well-being initiatives recently recommended by the Forbes Coaches Council. Well-being initiatives—comprehensive health and productivity programs—address a workforce’s social and emotional health while increasing employee engagement and sense of fulfillment on the job. View Forbes’ complete list of recommended initiatives, and…

Survey Finds Behavioral Health a Top Priority for Employers

Good mental health is essential to employee well-being and a thriving productive workforce, and a recent survey shows employers recognize the value behavioral health services provide. A survey of 314 U.S. employers found that 88 percent ranked behavioral health as an important issue over the next three years, and many are making plans to improve…

Study Links Good Company Culture to Strong Business Results

Does a positive work culture affect a company’s bottom line? Research conducted at the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and the Globoforce WorkHuman Research Institute shows a connection. Researchers set out on a twofold mission—to identify the ideal employee experience and measure its impact on business. They surveyed 23,000 employees across 45 countries, and developed a…

L'abuso di farmaci da prescrizione influisce su oltre il 70% dei luoghi di lavoro negli Stati Uniti

L'abuso di farmaci da prescrizione è un'epidemia nazionale che colpisce individui, famiglie e comunità e il luogo di lavoro non fa eccezione. Un sondaggio pubblicato dal National Safety Council ha rilevato che il 71% dei datori di lavoro è affetto da abuso di farmaci da prescrizione sul posto di lavoro, ma solo il 19% dei datori di lavoro si sente "estremamente preparato" ad affrontare il problema e ...

Alcohol and Substance Misuse in the Workplace

Addiction impacts millions of Americans, and the challenges aren’t just isolated to home. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides information on prevalence of alcohol and substance misuse in the workplace, including information on workforce costs, effective workplace programs and policies, the benefits of addressing misuse, and tools and resources to help employers…

Depression in the Workplace: Facts, Figures, and Tools

Depression can cripple a workforce, and costs US employers billions in lost productivity each year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides information on prevalence of depression, workforce costs, effective workplace programs and policies, the benefits of addressing depression, and employer tools and resources to promote a healthier, productive organization. Visit the CDC’s Depression…

The Business Value Of EAP: A Conceptual Model

In this research note, EASNA describes the different ways that employee assistance services provide business value to an organization—from improved workplace performance and benefit cost savings, to improved organizational development.  

The Value of Employee Assistance Programs

Learn about best practices in EAPs, including how these vital programs boost employee productivity, reduce business costs, and encourage healthier workplaces with better employee mental health.