Diabetes in the Workplace

Diabetes in the Workplace

Diabetes is a disease in which your body either can’t produce insulin or can’t properly use the insulin it produces. Insulin is a hormone produced by your pancreas. Insulin’s role is to regulate the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood. Blood sugar...
Holiday Stress Relief

Holiday Stress Relief

As we exit this very turbulent year, the time for festive celebrations is upon us and the reality is that some of us won’t actually be able to get together with friends, family and loved ones. So, this year’s holidays will be a bit different and it will affect some of...
Flu Season Preparedness

Flu Season Preparedness

Well, it’s that time of year again — The Flu Season. It normally begins in late August, early September with an increasing rate slowly until about March and April. One misconception is that it is caused by cold temperatures, when in fact the influenza virus must...
WFH – Balance or Burnout

WFH – Balance or Burnout

Millions around the globe have made a sudden transition to remote work or working from home (WFH) amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Not surprisingly, this has some employers concerned about maintaining employee productivity. But what they really should be concerned about in...
Coping with Back to School

Coping with Back to School

The coronavirus pandemic has caused disruption to our daily lives and children and parents are feeling these changes deeply. Returning to school may be welcoming for some, however others may be feeling anxious or frightened. Being away from school and returning to an...
Protecting Your Assets

Protecting Your Assets

As we prepare to move into Phase 3, of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to remember not all employees will enter back into the workforce feeling the way they did before the virus started. Many employees worry if their jobs will be there; and some worry how long...