FOH offers monthly behavioral health campaigns to raise awareness of various mental and emotional well-being and work-life issues. Among the campaign resources are the Solutions newsletter and a flyer with a matching theme.
We all feel pressure to be perfect at times. Whether that pressure is real or perceived, deep down we want to be successful, perform well, and be admired or respected. The reality, however, is that there are some things we’re just never going to be good at no matter how hard we try. So often, we buy in to the notion that we must continually work on bettering ourselves, and while doing so is certainly a positive thing, the concept of improvement implies that our current self doesn’t quite measure up. Instead of fixating on what we aren’t great at, what if we shifted the focus to our strengths and unique skills and leveraged what we are good at to achieve real success?
Join this month's live, interactive webinar, Let it Go: Free Yourself from Perfection , on Wednesday, February 12, 2020, from 1 to 2p.m. ET. Space is limited, so register today.
Most of us move through each day reacting to the things, people, and situations we encounter. We perform tasks and make decisions, giving little or no thought to what we’re doing, how we’re doing it, and most importantly, why. Living your life on autopilot in this way means it’s probably passing you by. But what if, instead of letting life happen to you each day, you choose to make each day mean something to you? Start living a life of your own design with the help of your EAP.
Join this month's live, interactive webinar, Conscious Consumption: Eating with Intention , on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET. Space is limited, so register today.
This time of year can quickly get chaotic – and it's no wonder when the usual daily juggle of work and personal obligations is compounded by the extra time and expense of planning or attending events, shopping, and preparing to host or visit family and friends. Keep yourself and your household in harmony during the holidays with tips from your EAP.
In just a few weeks, many Americans will gather with friends and family to give thanks. It's a time of reflection and anticipation, a time to see our loved ones, and a time when many of us express gratitude for the things and people in our lives. But what happens once the leftovers are put away and Thursday turns into Friday? In principle we're still grateful, yet we tend to give intentional thanks only when the calendar says we're supposed to. Thankfully, research continues to prove that a lifestyle of gratitude has many benefits.
Whether your retirement is years away or you can see it on the horizon, having a plan is one of the biggest favors you can do for your future self and the post-workforce life you've worked so hard to reach. While most people think of retirement planning in terms of savings accounts, 401(k)s, and TSPs, there are many other important things to consider as you prepare to sunset your career.
It's a completely normal reaction to feel sad, fearful, or alone in the wake of a difficult life event, such as the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, the loss of a job, or other upsetting situation. When someone has depression, however, those feelings are more intense and tend to linger, and may even disrupt daily life. While each year millions of Americans experience some type of major depressive episode, it is treatable and can be effectively managed.
We all want to strike a balance in our everyday lives. Whether it's a general between our work and personal lives, or a more specific balancing act such as caring for loved ones versus taking time for ourselves, the underlying goal is to enjoy life and find an equilibrium that leaves us feeling fulfilled and satisfied. As you work toward balance in your daily life, there are a few things to keep in mind and your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help.
Being protective of your personal information is more important now than ever. As technology grows more sophisticated by the day, and as the number of ways we do business and exchange information with the world rises, we're all increasingly vulnerable to fraud and identity theft. This month we discuss ways to safeguard your personal and financial information, and what to do if your identity is compromised.
If there's one thing we cannot avoid, it's change. Much of the time change comes in the form of minor adjustments or temporary inconveniences encountered in our day-to-day lives. Other times, however, the changes we experience can be quite disruptive or even life-altering. While the transition to a new reality can be complicated, confusing, and perhaps frightening, there are ways to ease the shift from one way of life to another.
There are countless tips, tricks, and life hacks out there that aim to help us better manage and track daily to-dos. While many of those techniques are quite handy and have value, they often focus on specific types of tasks, or they relate to only one life aspect. Becoming truly productive requires a much broader lifestyle approach based on a few simple standards. Attend this month's webinar to learn more about the keys to productivity.
You don't have to be an expert or good with numbers to take control of how you save and spend money and plan for the future. Your EAP offers guidance, support, and a wealth of useful resources to help as you work to fortify your finances.
Stress and worry – and worrying about your stress – are common side effects of our ever-busy lives. Some amount of stress and worry is beneficial, but prolonged anxiety can produce unwanted side effects. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help you recognize the signs of excess stress and anxiety and provide solutions to overcome them in exchange for a calmer daily life.
Communication is at the very core of everything we do and is fundamental to our personal success and our business success. Communication is also crucial in the general flow of daily life. Everything we do and say – and also what we don't – conveys some kind of message, yet we aren't always conscious of how we interact from one moment to the next or the effects that can have on our daily life. This month, we'll show you how communicate more effectively by interacting with intention.
We all have busy days and busy brains. Often, we move through time on autopilot, checking off to-dos and putting out fires one after the other with only the end goal of getting done or getting home in mind. Operating on this endless loop of do, done, repeat, means we're ignoring the here and now and are unable to appreciate the present. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to help you become more mindful so you can connect with – and find more joy in – each moment.
When you're busy with work and caring for others, it's easy to forget about the biggest priority of all: YOU. Taking good care of yourself means focusing on you and finding balance in your daily life. To truly find balance, it's best to consider the parts of the whole and begin to equalize the individual aspects of work and life in a more achievable way.
With all that goes on during the holidays, high spirits can quickly switch into high stress. Before the hustle and bustle gets the best of you this year, seek support from your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to keep you feeling festive all season long.
We often hear about our country's current opioid crisis, though it can be difficult at times to navigate through all of the information and understand the facts. Your Employees Assistance Program (EAP) is here to shed some light on the issue, including the prevalence and societal implications of the epidemic, as well as the effects of opioid dependency. We'll also offer guidance on when and how to reach out for support.
We often associate bullying with children, but it can happen to anyone – even in the workplace. Know the signs of workplace bullying and what to do about it with information and guidance from your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) in this month's campaign.
The things we can find to worry over are endless: personal matters, professional demands, our health, social issues and even Mother Nature! Worrying is normal – even beneficial at times – but it can occasionally get the best of us. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to help you transform anxiousness into energy, and gain back some control over your concerns.
College tuition is on the rise, and figuring out what will work best for you and your family can be overwhelming. Let your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) help you with your homework by providing you with resources, tools, and expert financial consultation.
Self-esteem is how we see ourselves and what we believe to be true about our personality. Having a healthy opinion of yourself is important for overall life satisfaction, and your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to help you discover your strengths, be more confident, and maintain a positive outlook.
Caring for a loved one is one of the grandest gestures a person can make, but your selflessness shouldn't come at your own expense. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help you stay mindful of your own well-being and ensure that your caregiving experience is rewarding for your loved one and for you.
Put stress in its place and manage it on your terms by repurposing it to work for you.
Become a master of money management with tips on how to track your spending, stick to budgets, and set short- and long-term financial goals.
Learn to shift your mood and redirect your thoughts toward positivity to increase your overall happiness.
Contact your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to learn how to successfully navigate the relationships in your life.
Contact the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to learn how to set SMART goals for the year ahead.
Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help you regain balance through mindfulness practice.
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All bosses hope to have or to build a dream team of employees who are hard-working, skilled, have positive attitudes, and produce great work. The more likely reality, however, is that at some point in your career as a leader, you're going to encounter some employees who are more difficult to manage. This quarter, we'll show you what to look for and how to address personnel issues before they impact your team.
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Be sure to join this quarter's live, interactive webinar, Managing in Difficult Situations, on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET. Space is limited, so register today.
The EAP is a voluntary and confidential employee benefit available to you and your family at no cost. Call our EAP experts or visit FOH4You.com today.