If your organization is keen on promoting a positive and healthy workplace, it starts with the leadership talking and living that language. The first indicator is how the leadership’s immediate team or direct reports are doing in terms of health and morale.
As the work culture has evolved, especially post-pandemic, psychological safety has gained considerable popularity. There has been a dramatic change in the dynamics of wellness programs. Because of the relevance of agility, diversity, and remote working culture, there is a greater emphasis on paying attention to employees' mental health now than ever before. But with this ubiquity often comes a common misunderstanding that every healthy work environment [https://www.vantagefit.io/blog/healthy-w
Incorporating psychological safety into your wellness program has become increasingly popular in today's rapidly evolving workplace. With the growing pace and drastic transition of workplace dynamics, a lot of stress and uncertainty impact employees' mental and physical health. When you're in a room free to share your views and thoughts, you are more likely to engage and be more productive. There is a direct impact on ensuring psychological safety at work and the mental health of your employees
Almost every adult spends one-third of their day at work. Even those working remotely find drawing the line between personal and professional life challenges, making it as difficult as the on-site ones. Because of the same, full-time jobs inevitably shape their employees’ physical and mental health. An organization’s culture is important for determining your employees' experience and health. The culture of the organization has a significant impact on your employees' mental health and overall we
You've probably heard that depression is for the weak or that you'll get over it. When did you hear your male friends, parents, boss, or co-workers talk about their mental health problems? Despite being one of the most common mental health issues, depression is still one of the least talked about, especially among men. Social norms about masculinity or being tough enough not to let your emotions make you feel weak is why often depression in men gets overlooked. It can make it hard for men to a
A common mental health condition that affects millions of people is depression. Additionally, it's often stigmatized and misunderstood. Depression is a particularly common problem in the workplace, where people cannot talk about it openly. Sadly, there are many myths and misconceptions surrounding depression in the workplace that make it even more challenging for those who are struggling to get support and help. As work comes with a lot of stress, it's common to feel down or mentally exhausted
Worrying a lot does not necessarily indicate an anxiety disorder. You may feel anxious because of an overly demanding schedule, hectic work-life, lack of exercise or sleep, pressure at work, or even too much caffeine. Work-life can get unhealthy and stressful, making you more prone to anxiety —whether or not you have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety is one of the most common mental health issues at work, which is often overlooked. Most employees today struggle with anxiety at work; although the sti
When you take your dog on regular walks, exercise, and play with it, it will boost your health too. While playing with your pet at home or outside, your mind is calm and happy. It leads to stable mental health. Not to mention how doing activities with your dogs requires you to move and stay active.
Finding the right organizing tool for ADHD can be a lifelong thing. And low motivation and lack of brain focus can get in the way of trying to get organized. Here's a list of 7 essential organizing tools and strategies for ADHDAdhd that you can benefit from in the workplace