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Happy October to all of our HR Professionals and Managers.


With the arrival of fall and the beginning of October comes colder weather and thoughts of the approaching holiday season. This can be a time of increased workload and stress, so it is important to remember to tend to both your physical and mental health. Accordingly, this month's Wellness Work/Life Newsletter has several resources focused on keeping your body and mind healthy. 


For your mental health, The Wellness Exchange Newsletter has a section dedicated to detecting, preventing and recovering from burnout. Additionally, October's Wellness Work/Life webinar, "Maximizing Your Day," aims to provide tools and techniques that help you make the most of your workday while avoiding becoming overwhelmed and stressed.


The importance of attending to one's physical health is especially pertinent this month as October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  In that spirit, The Wellness Exchange Newsletter provides information on preventing cancer, while this month's Did You Know... Flyer provides an overview of resources appropriate for both those suffering from serious illness and their loved ones. Additionally, you can find resources focused on other aspects of health throughout this month's newsletter, including tips on preventing bullying and reducing cholesterol

We would also like to take the opportunity to announce the addition of a few new services to the Wellness Work/Life Program. The Wellness Corporation created these services in an effort to meet our clients' needs and provide the best program possible. For more information on these new services please contact your Account Executive. 


We hope that you and all of your employees have a wonderful month of October and always remember that the Wellness Work/Life Program is ready and available whenever you need resources and support.

"There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October." -  Nathaniel Hawthorne
Supervisor's Workplace Trends & Strategies

I know "presenteeism" refers to employees coming to work sick and being less productive, but it can be difficult to spot related job problems. How do supervisors intervene? Presenteeism is not a new concept, but I have only seen it mentioned in the past ten years or so.



October's HR/Manager Webinar

"Respect or Resistance? It's Up to You!"


Join Jane Coviello, Human Resources Organizational Development and Training Services Consultant, as she provides tools and tips to enhance management competencies and build trust in managing conflict while fostering a mindset of mutual respect with your unions.


Thursday October 25, 2012

1:00-2:30 PM EST


October's Work/Life Webinar
Maximizing Your Day


Feeling overwhelmed by competing priorities, tight deadlines, meetings, e-mails and interruptions can derail professional growth, impair team performance and lead to stress and burnout. The focus of this program is on obtaining practical skills, tools and techniques to maximize collective gains in effectiveness and increase productivity.


Thursday, October 11, 2012

12:00 - 1:00 PM EST


Balanced Living Newsletter

Getting the Kids Involved in Saving for College


Since the 1960s, the price of a public higher education has risen from about 5 percent of median family income to more than 17 percent today. That's why it makes sense for families to make college affordability a family effort - with both parents and kids pitching in.  Here are ways to make sure you're well informed about the college savings process and how to involve your child.


Click here for this month's Balanced Living Newsletter

October Wellness Byte
Reduce Cholesterol Through Lifestyle Change

Chances are good that you may not need drugs to keep your cholesterol in check. For most, lifestyle changes are the key to maintaining a healthy balance between bad cholesterol, LDL, and good cholesterol, HDL.



Did you know your Wellness Work/Life Program Offers...
...Resources for Breast Cancer Awareness Month?


As we observe October's National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we'd like to remind you that your Wellness Work/Life Program is here to support those suffering from a serious illness as well as their families during this difficult time.


If you have any questions or requests regarding this newsletter or any of your Wellness Work/Life Program services, please feel free to give us a call at 800-828-6025 or email


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