Ring in the new year by prioritizing workplace wellbeing
Jasmine Johnson (Echo Press)
With a multitude of employees transitioning to work from home this year, businesses have been pushed to learn flexibility. However, this change has made it easier to blur work and life balance and forget to unplug from one’s job while off the clock.
Over 50 percent of people have reported worse mental health at work since COVID-19 started, according to the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation.
This is just a sample of the awareness and advice presented by five speakers at a recent Zoom session revolving around workplace wellbeing.
It was the first virtual event offered to Douglas County and surrounding communities by United Way with the goals of educating people and staying connected.
The mission of United Way is to fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community, so this series was started with the tagline, “Zooming in on what matters most.”
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