Have you ever been feeling one way but wanting to feel another? If you're human (slowly raising hand), my guess is yes.
In any given year, only 60% of people with a mental illness get mental health care. As a result, family members and caregivers often play a large role in helping and supporting them.
A global pandemic, civil unrest, and the possibility of being able to gather with family and friends again have many people experiencing several emotions at once. Emotions are running high, leaving [...]
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on work over the last year, with most HR professionals agreeing that it has significantly reduced employee wellbeing. Even so, more than four-fifths of [...]
As the coronavirus pandemic continues on with no clear end in sight, it’s harder to sustain a sense of normalcy in daily life. While the early days of the pandemic called for breaking a lot of [...]
Back-to-school anxiety is not uncommon even under normal circumstances. As many students head back to classrooms amid the COVID-19 pandemic this fall, many kids and families are feeling especially [...]
Things have sped up in the workplace. This is due to a range of issues such as the raging war for talent, the quest for better business performance, and the kind of technological advancements that [...]
The days of “What happens at home stays at home” are gone. Employers are coming to term with the fact that the lives of their employees’ spill over into the office, and employees are beginning to [...]
Emotional health is an important part of overall health. People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They’re able to cope with life’s challenges. [...]
As healthcare organizations around the country prepare to recognize National Men’s Health Week, take a moment to think about the facts when it comes to men and their mental and emotional health.
Civil unrest can have an impact on the entire community, including your mental health and wellbeing. At a time where you are physically, mentally, and emotionally drained, and your wellbeing has [...]
How you feel can affect your ability to carry out everyday activities, your relationships, and your overall mental health. How you react to your experiences and feelings can change over time. [...]
Chronic illnesses don’t fade into the background during a pandemic. In some cases, the stress can adversely affect individuals with underlying conditions or compromised immune systems.
By Shainna Ali Ph.D., LMHC at Psychology Today While the world is changing, we are experiencing a need to adapt our lifestyles as well. As we adjust, many are noticing that usual methods of self-care [...]
Imagine going to the hospital for medical care and not being able to communicate with those who can help you. Now imagine wanting to deliver potentially life-saving treatment, but not being able to [...]
Vicarious trauma, also known as second victim experience, occurs when the thinking or beliefs about the world change as a result of repeated exposure to trauma. First responders and frontliners of [...]
COVID-19 has brought telehealth to the forefront. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, telehealth is remote health care that does not always involve clinical services. This remote [...]
By now we all know what social distancing is, but many of us don't know the potential impacts. The symptoms of social distancing can look different from person to person, and include fear and [...]
While working remote is the norm for many people, for just as many, if not more, it’s brand new terrain. Learning the ins and outs of virtual meetings can take time and practice. At this point in the [...]
Social distancing doesn’t mean that self-care regiments have to fall by the wayside. It may be easy to abandon the practices you put in place to help you reground and recharge, but during high stress [...]
Stay at home orders, climbing infection rates, and general uncertainty are fueling stress and anxiety among people around the world. As employees transition to working remotely or unemployment, [...]
Employee Assistance Programs are growing in popularity as more attention is paid to mental health. Studies have shown that businesses using an EAP save between $5 and $16 for every $1 spent.
By Tchiki Davis, Ph.D. at Psychology Today It’s so important to make sure you take good care of your body, mind, and soul every day, not just when you get sick. Learning how to eat right, reduce [...]
Offering top-notch benefits may attract competitive talent, but how much do your employees actually know about those benefits? Competitive Total Rewards Programs come with a lofty price tag that [...]
Open enrollment periods are already in full-swing. As employees make benefit selections, HR departments are already looking ahead to next year’s benefit offerings in order to retain their best [...]
Even though financial stress and strain may not be apparent among members of your workforce, studies show that about one-third of employees believe their financial concerns are negatively impacting [...]
Above-average employee benefits packages have long been tools for employers to entice candidates. With a shift from healthcare cost avoidance to retention, top employers are placing more focus on [...]
According to the Employment Law Alliance, almost half of American workers have experienced bullying at work. Common bullying tactics range from humiliation and sabotage, to threats and intimidation, [...]
It is no secret that employees who are happy in their environment are more satisfied and productive. Offices designed with comfort in mind represent the organization’s investment in employees’ needs, [...]
Employee burnout is becoming a common affliction in organizations across the country. With 24 hour access to email, many employees continue to think about and access work long after the workday has [...]
How do you attract, support and retain the best talent in the industry? That question is top of mind for every HR Department in an economy that appears to place a great deal of opportunity in the [...]
Though employers are not expected to provide wellness programs as they are required to offer healthcare coverage, many organizations are making an effort to promote well-being across their workforce. [...]
Violent incidents have become increasingly common in public areas across the country. Nightly news broadcasts and search engine home pages have been littered with reports of violence, particularly in [...]
eni’s BalanceBenefits Call Center Support Services for Online Benefit Enrollment provide high-volume companies with benefit enrollment support during busy enrollment times, and provides and delivers [...]
Are you finding it challenging to retain your top Millennial talent? Do you find you are not getting the return on all the money you invest in recruiting and retaining Millennial employees? Is it [...]
eni is so proud to announce that our CEO and Industry Thought Leader, Gene Raymondi, was published multiple times in 2016 in leading industry publications. Here at eni, we strive to provide [...]
eni is pleased to announce that it has been named one of the Best Companies to Work for in New York State for 2017. eni will be honored at a public awards dinner to be held at the Hilton Albany on [...]