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6 Ways to Help Employees Combat Burnout | Pennsylvania Benefits Agency

Respondents to the latest State of HR report list burnout as the greatest consequence of the pandemic. In fact, the Great Resignation lingers, in part, because the burnout has gotten worse. Now, companies are facing inflation, the yanking of job offers, and the possibility of layoffs. While they are tightening their belts and being far more cautious, their workers … Continued

Mental Health is Wealth, So Start Saving Up Now! | PA Benefits Firm

The fact is, a mental illness is a disorder of the brain – your body’s most important organ.   Like most diseases of the body, mental illness has many causes – from genetics to other biological, environmental and social/cultural factors.  And just as with most diseases, mental illnesses are no one’s fault.  For many people, recovery … Continued

What is Mental Health and Wellness in HR? | Pennsylvania Benefits Agency

Mental health and wellness in HR are becoming top priorities for employers. In fact, HR leaders named mental health and wellbeing as their third biggest problem, behind the labor shortage and retaining talent, in the latest HR Exchange Network State of HR report. In addition, those surveyed also said burnout was the top consequence of the … Continued

Important Tips for Men’s Health | Pennsylvania Benefits Consultants

We have certainly been focused on improving our health this year. June is Men’s Health Month and provides a great opportunity to focus on some simple tips that men can follow to shore up their health. These five guidelines will not only assist with a man’s physical health, but also their mental health. Make Annual … Continued

Family Caregivers: 5 Tools to Avoid Burnout | Employee Benefits Team

According to the National Center on Caregiving, a family caregiver (or informal caregiver) is “an unpaid individual (for example, a spouse, partner, family member, friend, or neighbor) involved in assisting others with activities of daily living and/or medical tasks.”  In the US, 85% of caregivers care for a relative or loved one with 42% of … Continued

Employee Burnout in 2020 | PA Benefits Partners

For a long time, employee burnout has been dismissed. In some instances, it’s been written off as employee laziness or simply an employee being contrary. That, however, is no longer the case. In 2020, HR professionals are going to have to deal with it as a realized syndrome and one that is becoming more prevalent … Continued

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