March 11, 2014
March 7, 2014
Peter Dunn a.k.a. Pete the Planner is both an award-winning comedian and financial mind. As an author, radio host, and tv personality, Pete the Planner provides a harmonious mix of sound financial advice and humor to his audiences.
Presenteeism sounds like a good thing. But unfortunately it isn’t. Presenteeism is when employees come to work when they are sick or otherwise unable to work. On one hand you may appreciate his or her diligence, but a sick employee in the office isn’t good for anyone. For my purpose, sick doesn’t just refer to the flu. Stress, family issues, or being emotionally overwhelmed can all qualify an employee as ‘sick’ since these mental states affect job performance.
March 5, 2014
Chronic disease is a big problem in today’s workforce―it accounts for more than 75% of health care costs and requires ongoing medical support and attention. Nearly one in every two American adults have at least one chronic disease, and chronic conditions in children and adolescents have risen more than 5% from the 1960s to 2004.1 Some of the most common chronic conditions include heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, and obesity.
March 4, 2014
If you didn’t catch the first part, you can read that post here.
Congrats on taking the first step toward an integrated life! What categories did you identify with? Integrator, separator, or cycler (or maybe a little bit of all of them)? Now you’re ready to take the next step!