Winter can be a tough time for some to stay active, especially in Massachusetts. The sun seems to only rise during traditional work hours, it can be extremely cold, and holidays are an excuse to not eat the best foods for our minds and bodies. What can your organization do to improve your employees’ health this winter?
It is that time of year when family and friends pledge their New Year’s resolutions. Resolutions range from changing mindsets to changing behaviors. There is something so refreshing about having a full 365 days ahead full of possibilities that bring positive changes into people’s lives.
The holidays and the ending of another year brings joy, good food, and friends and families together, but it is also a time when stress and anxiety tend to heighten. The holidays can add extra tension and stress as employees try to balance end-of-year deadlines and navigate holiday celebrations. Holiday burnout and stress can lead to a decrease in worker productivity.