a

Blade is a smooth and charming, visually stunning and very malleable and flexible

© Copyright Qode Interactive

This past May, the World Health Organization classified burnout as an "occupational phenomenon" that is characterized by chronic work stress. And according to Dr. Michael Klein, workplace cultures that encourage employees to be available 24/7 may be causing burnout and other mental health issues...

Employees are 4.6 times more likely to contribute their best work when they feel that their voices are being heard, according to new data from Salesforce. Continue reading this blog post from Employee Benefit News to learn more about building a strong workplace culture. ...

Poor organization culture and work expectations at an organization can foster employee burnout, defined as “a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed,” by the World Health Organization. Read this post to learn more about employee burnout. ...

According to this article from Employee Benefit News, a growing amount of research is documenting a relationship between stressful work environments and a range of chronic conditions. Read this blog post to learn how your work environment could be raising your healthcare costs....

According to the Harvard Business Review, nearly three-quarters of meeting attendees report using time during meetings to do other work. While making meetings more fun than your annual office holiday party may be impossible, it is possible to lessen the dread and increase morale. Read...

Employees are generally free to discuss their pay rates as part of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. Continue reading to learn how pay transparency could be used as a tool to boost employee engagement....