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Showing That You Care About Employee Wellbeing

Gallup finds a correlation between employees feeling that their organization cares about their overall wellbeing and job satisfaction.

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11 employee wellness programs that work

Successful employees aren't just healthy, they're happy and engaged. Employee wellness programs should go beyond physical health and extend to overall well-being.

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Dreaming and Designing Healing Systems

In the third installment of a five part series, Nonprofit Quarterly explores alternative models of health and wellbeing to the medicalization-first approach common to the U.S.

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A public health approach to community safety

Brookings has created a blueprint for the U.S. federal government on how it can address community violence by prioritizing investing in public health interventions.

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How Nonprofits Are Supporting the Mental Health of Their Employees

The National Council of Nonprofits discusses the different ways nonprofit organizations can adjust their operations to support employee mental health.

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How to Establish and Design a Wellness Program

The Society for Human Resource Management has created a guide to creating an employee wellness program to improve health and productivity.

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The Joy Workout

Researchers have identified the feel better effect, the improved mood experienced from small doses of exercise. The eight-minute Joy Workout helps to see these effects.

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7 Guided Meditations for Uncertain Times

The New York Times has asked teachers of the Unplug app to create five-minute meditations to help cope with life's challenges and greet the day with more purpose.

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Self-Care for Nonprofits

Media Cause has detailed three practical and meaningful self-care practices for nonprofit organizations.

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Fund Wellness Opportunities to Help Eliminate Burnout in Nonprofits

The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy has created recommendations for nonprofits and funders to support wellness and prevent burnout.

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