American love their pets, at least according to a rash of recent studies. Over the past several years, the total of U.S. households who are pet owners
No matter who you are, or what you do, it’s likely you know what it feels like to be overly stressed out because of your job. Similarly, unless you’re
In May of 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) listed burnout in the workplace as an official “occupational phenomenon” in their
If someone gave you $1.6 trillion, what would you do with it? Chances are one action you wouldn’t take is to pay off everyone’s student loan debt.
The effectiveness of an employee wellness program is dependent almost entirely on who you ask. If you ask an employer, they may point to an ambiguous
Most people know women in the U.S. make around 80 cents for every dollar a man earns. So, the gender pay gap for women in this country has long
Look around your office or workplace. More than two of every three people you work with own a pet. According to the 2017-18 National Pet Owners
In 2016, Americans left 662 million vacation days on the table, according to Project: Time Off. An increase of four million days from 2015. Out of
Happiness, according to Peanuts creator Charles Schulz, is a warm puppy. And while you may not agree with Charlie Brown himself, many Americans do.
Without looking it up, can you name the most expensive disease in America? It’s not heart disease, cancer, or diabetes. The costliest disease in the