Posted on Mar 16, 2020 9:51:41 AM by Martine Banda-Wolk, MSN, APNP, FNP, clinical director
Stress is something that we are all aware of daily. But did you know that stress can be both positive and negative? Stress refers to a physical or psychosocial stimulus that causes bodily or mental tension. It is your perception of this stress that matters most.
Posted on Jan 23, 2019 8:54:58 AM by Emily McManamy
From the factory floor to the corporate boardroom, rising workplace stress negatively impacts productivity, employee health, and your organization’s bottom line. In fact, stressed workers cost employers $500 billion annually. The good news is your organization is able to directly address this issue. Employees spend at least one third of their day at the worksite, which provides you an excellent opportunity to promote better physical and mental health across your workforce.
Posted on Jul 17, 2018 2:28:06 PM by Matt Riley, VP of People Operations
“My divorce was difficult and I knew I needed to manage my stress. I wasn’t sleeping well, I was always thinking about the past or the future, and I had a lot of worries and anger. I couldn’t focus and I always felt exhausted. I wanted to lose the extra weight I had gained while pregnant but the thought of exercising or eating well was overwhelming.” – Barbara, Marathon Health patient, Tufts University employee, and winner of Healthy Like Me.