Chances are, you’ve experienced significant work stress at some point, especially at this time of year. The holiday season can bring a whole new level of stress and worry at work; when the stress moves beyond typical holiday worry, do you know your responsibilities as an employer in dealing with mental health issues?
Workplace stress and mental health problems can have detrimental effects on your company’s bottom line. Part I of our two part series explores the costs of workplace stress through this infographic. Check back tomorrow for Part II to learn what you can do to support your employees and comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regarding mental health.
Worried about bloodborne disease? Working in a high-risk environment? Get the knowledge you need to lower your bloodborne pathogen exposure risks with our tips and training! What are bloodborne pathogens? OSHA defines bloodborne pathogens as infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. Pathogens are microorganisms including disease causing viruses, bacteria, funguses, and parasites.
A healthy office = happy employees and increased productivity. Keep your workplace healthy this flu season, and avoid productivity loss due to an excess of sick days. We have officially entered the 2013-2014 flu season, so protect yourself and your employees as soon as possible!
RN, BSN, LPN, CNA… There are many pathways to nursing, each varying slightly in training, responsibilities, and of course, pay. To get a closer look into the field of nursing, I researched the levels of nursing hierarchy and interviewed six current nurses about their backgrounds, jobs, and what they see for the future of nursing.