Mental Health

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Employee Experience

Rethinking Your Workplace Mental Health Strategy

With one in four adults experiencing mental health conditions, organizations have a responsibility to care for their teams. Learn how to create a workplace mental health strategy that proactively reduces stressors, provides manager training, and leverages data to create a healthier work environment.
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Life-Work Trends

9 Benefits of Meditation in the Workplace and How to Get Started

As the modern workplace looks to focus on culture, incorporating a practice that supports mindfulness, helps to relieve stress and anxiety, and boosts creativity is a natural fit.
Employee Experience

6 Myths About Accessibility in the Workplace, Debunked

Learn six common myths and misconceptions about accessible meetings in the workplace and how to overcome them. 
Employee Experience

Burnout and Boundaries:
Critical Answers to Address
a Workplace Reality

Knowing how to establish healthy boundaries and monitor risks can help you mitigate burnout in the workplace. 
Employee Experience

Going Silent on Quiet Quitting: People Want to Do Good Work

“People want to work,” says UKG Chief People Officer Pat Wadors. The key is to develop a strategy to combat quiet quitting. 
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Life-Work Trends

The 4 Elements of Workplace Wellness

Employees must feel that their employer truly prioritizes their wellbeing to feel genuinely supported. Learn the four elements of workplace wellness.  
UKG Workforce Institute

Monthly Recap: February 2023 at The Workforce Institute

Missed any recent insights, research, or podcasts from The Workforce Institute at UKG? Look no farther than our monthly recap! Here’s a look at our conversations from February 2023.
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Life-Work Trends

The Benefits of Emotion in the Workplace

Emotion in the workplace is an incredibly powerful force in driving business outcomes. Here are three ways to find your emotional north star.
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Life-Work Trends

Why Are Women More Stressed Out Than Men?

Recent studies show women are struggling disproportionately to men when it comes to many aspects of their work experiences and overall mental health. While the “life” portion of the “work-life journey” is largely out of employers’ control, there are five significant steps employers can take to help ease pressures on women with the aim of providing more equity and support for everyone.
UKG Workforce Institute

Managers and Mental Health: UKG Workforce Institute Weigh-In

This month for The Workforce Institute Weigh-In, members of our advisory board discuss how managers can support employees’ mental health at work.