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Study: Women employees suffer more in workplaces with gender inequality

According to a recent study, female employees have a higher incidence of psychological distress than their male colleagues in workplaces where there are more men than women. The study monitored the psychological distress and well-being...

source: By Tim Stroud
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Obesity and depression often go hand and hand, according to the report, "Depression and Obesity in the U.S. Adult Household Population, 2005-2010." Report findings showed that about 43 percent of adults who suffered from depression were obese. Many were also using antidepressants,...

source: Science World Report

It's no secret that yoga can aid mental well-being. What is more, it can help soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, according to new research. Some of the most damaging consequences of seeing combat can happen in the mind. Of the 2.3 million American veterans...

source: The Washington Post

Successful worksite wellness programs may help improve employees' health and productivity and reduce medical costs for employees and the company. The Wellness Council of America states that workplace wellness programs are a wise investment to help address rising health care...

source: Employee Benefit News

In this recent case, the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas addressed two important issues for employers. First, it analyzed the circumstances under which an employer may be held liable for a nonemployee's harassment of one of its employees. And second, it addressed...

source: HR.BLR.com

It's no longer just hospitals and healthcare companies that are worrying about whether their workers may have been exposed to Ebola. FirstEnergy recently said two of its employees will work from home with pay for 21 days after it learned they came in contact with the second...

source: NBC News

No one expects to go to work and feel as though they're back on the school playground. Sadly, though, bullying is common for many workers. Approximately 54 million workers, or 35 percent of U.S. employees, are targeted by a bully at some point in their careers, according...

source: EHS Today


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