A Plain Language Primer: Making sure everyone understands your well-being communications

You might have heard of or come across the term plain language. It’s talked about more and more these days, particularly in the areas of workplace and well-being communications. Some people think plain language is equivalent to dumbing down information, but it’s not. It’s using words and structure that lead to effective communications so just…

Print – Still A Popular Choice Among all Age Groups

Communications: They are the glue that bind together the well-being elements

For the last several weeks, we’ve been talking about the various aspects of well-being — career, social, financial, physical and community. That’s a whole lot of well-being. You might be thinking, “How can my organization possibly touch on all these areas and still have time for anything else?” Actually, it’s not only doable, it’s downright…

One Learning Style Doesn’t Fit All When It Comes To Workplace Communications

Be a good neighbor: Help promote community well-being for employees, for everyone.

Guess what happens when people feel connected to and involved in the area where they live? That’s right, their overall well-being increases. And, that’s a win-win for everyone. Being one of the 5 widely recognized elements of overall well-being, community well-being is one that employers would do well to address. Focusing on community well-being demonstrates…

Focusing on employees’ personal financial well-being pays off

Personal finances can have a huge impact on your employees’ overall well-being. When you care about your employees and your organization, it’s a no-brainer — you make sure you’re including financial well-being in all workplace well-being efforts. According to PwC’s 2017 Employee Financial Wellness Survey, financial stress is costing companies. 53% of all employees are…