December 2015

businesshealth® e-news
December 2015 vol. 11-6

In This Issue

One Last Amazing Christmas - in October - It started with a Facebook posting and ended with a crowd of 7,000 people lining the streets of a small community to watch a parade of 25 floats, bands, ponies, officials and children leading Santa Claus past the home of seven-year old Evan Leversage, terminally Read More »
Feature Interview! Depression at Work - Part II: Intervention - Key questions for employers include, "How can we help employees with depression?" "What kind of training do our managers need?" "Why is it important to help?" The cost of mental illness is high. Read More »
Millennials: Obesity an Unnecessary Threat to their Future - Our future prosperity depends on Millennials, but what do we know about them and should employers have concerns? We know that in the US, approximately 70% of young adults (age 18-34) are in the workforce. Read More »
Family Caregivers at Work - Who are they? How can employers help? - When a family member is ill, we typically think the burden of care will fall to a "dutiful middle-aged daughter."1 And yet, almost one half of family caregivers are men. Read More »
Flex Schedules - An Alternative to the "Torture" of Sleep Deprivation? - Torture at work - really? Recent research suggests that making staff work before 10 a.m. is the same as torture and makes employees ill, exhausted and stressed. Read More »
bh Updates - Get the latest bh article updates. In this issue: Movember Over for Another Year, Concussion Legislation - At Last Read More »
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