Employee wellnessNo. Of Articles:22

    May-2016
  • Smriti Sawhney
    Smriti Sawhney is the Chief Psychologist at ePsyclinic.com
  • Nov-2011
  • By Arva Shikari
    From the results of the Global Work Life Survey conducted at IBM to understand some of the issu...
  • Aug-2010
  • By Arva Shikari
    GE JFWTCs HealthAhead is a wellness program that encourages a healthy lifestyle for employe...
  • Jan-2010
  • Arva Shikari
    An important tool to measure employees' healthcare and well being and the effectiveness of a c...
  • June-2008
  • Accenture offers a variety of benefits to its employees to help maintain work/life balance incl...
  • June-2008
  • An employee assistance program assists employees with comprehensive information, personal devel...
  • June-2008
  • At IBM India, principles of healthy living are integral to the organization. The company even h...
  • June-2008
  • Yoga sessions, pool, a unique virtual hugging initiative aptly christened 'hug-o-meter' and a...
  • June-2008
  • G. Inbavanan
    Can we take up the responsibility of bringing to light such principles and practices that would...
  • June-2008
  • Dr. Pramod Tripathi
    It is possible to create sustainable impact through corporate health / stress management initia...
  • Oct-2006
  • Take a holiday on company expense, destress, recharge your batteries, pursue a passion or get i...
  • May-2006
  • Carole Goldsmith
    A look at the cut in Japan's smoking rates, the health effects of tobacco smoke, an examination...
  • Aug-2003
  • Niti Singh
    In the frenzy of work-family directives, it's easy to forget employees without kids or spouses....
  • Jan-2002
  • B.MADHU
    An insight into spirituality at the workplace.
  • May-2001
  • MOHAMMAD SAEED,KAMAL KISHORE JAIN AND MOHD. MAHYUDI
    A rare insight into quality of work life practices at Texas Instruments, Malaysia....
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