By: Alexandra Beaulieu, Talent Development Coordinator I don't know about you, but around my house, money can be a bit tight following the busy holiday season. This past December was a whirlwind month for us---purchasing just the right gifts for friends and loved ones, spending more money than usual on groceries and travel, and the [...]
By: Tessa Kolaczenko, Talent Development Intern Work-related disorders aren't just limited to heavy manufacturing or construction. These injuries can occur in all types of industries and work environments, including office spaces. Research shows that repetitive motion, poor posture, and staying in the same position can cause or worsen musculoskeletal disorders. Staying in one position while [...]
By: Tessa Kolaczenko, Talent Development Intern No matter what you celebrate, I think we can all agree that the holiday season tends to bring out both the best and worst in humankind. In many ways, the holidays inspire joy, encourage spreading good cheer, and energize us to share messages of warmth and love with those whom we [...]
Until recently, coloring was deemed a mindless children's activity primarily designed to aid toddlers and elementary-age children in the development of fine motor skills. Throughout the last few years, however, employee self-care has become an increasingly relevant workplace concern. As a result, the practice of coloring has surged in popularity as a useful adult stress-relief tool.
Work, family, social life, finances, health, education.... What do these six words have in common? STRESS.
For many professionals, immense career growth can come at a significant cost to other areas of life; forcing them to compromise on the very things that matter most.