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Tips for Supporting Your Employees Through a Financial Crisis

Today we’re talking financial wellness programs at work:   Financial Wellness: How to Support Your Employees   Businesses aren’t the only ones dealing with the economic side effects caused by the coronavirus. With the recent increase in layoffs, furloughs, and unemployment, your workers could be struggling to manage their finances. As an employer, there are […]

Mental Health in the Workplace: How Measuring Mood Creates a Healthier Workplace

Mental health in the workplace… how often is that discussed at management meetings? According to this Guardian article, seventy million working days are lost each year due to stress, depression and other mental health conditions in Britain. This costs Britain £70-100bn annually, equivalent to 4.5% of the nation’s GDP. Across the pond, in Canada, in any […]

What Makes a Happy Workplace?

How to make a happy workplace The United Nations declared March 20th International Day of Happiness. And, pun intended, we couldn’t be happier about that. Obviously, we’re all about happiness and spreading green button vibes here at Celpax so this day is one that we’re celebrating. To coincide with International Day of Happiness, the UN also […]

Why Happy Employees Means a Better Workplace

Happy employees are productive employees May is Mental Health Month in the United States which gives us the opportunity to reflect on…   Why happy and healthy employees create better workplaces. According to Mental Health America, 70% of those currently employed are looking for other jobs.  It certainly doesn’t sound like many people are happy […]

Three Reasons Why The Workplace Needs a Minister of Happiness

Minister of Happiness Question: Does your happiness in the workplace matter? Another question (and answer honestly): When is the last time someone asked you if you were happy at work? Or when have you asked someone else if they were happy in the workplace? If you can’t think of a recent (or even any time) […]