Workplace Options is making news. These articles reference our company or one of our many polls on topics on emerging trends that impact workers and their families.

Heather R. Huhman - Entrepreneur

  Dec 31, 2014

4 Strategies for Reducing Workplace Conflict

Whenever people are required to work together, conflict is likely to arise. Regardless of how compatible members of a team might be, each individual brings along distinct priorities and a unique personality.

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Benefits Canada

  Dec 12, 2014

Workers Lack Mental Health Support

While mental illness affects about one in four Americans each year, employers that provide mental health support for employees are not yet the norm in the U.S.

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Huffington Post

  Oct 14, 2014

When You Tell an Employee ‘Family Comes First,’ Do You Mean It?

In honor of National Work and Family Month, which is being celebrated throughout October, it’s time to take a look at whether we — as business owners — are living up to our end of the bargain when we tell employees ‘Family Comes First.’

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Triangle Business Journal - Dawn Wallace

  Sep 29, 2014

Raleigh Wellness Company Expands into Asia

Raleigh-based employee wellness company Workplace Options is expanding into Asia and has opened its 12th location in Bangalore.

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EBN - Michael Giardina

  Sep 25, 2014

New-Age Challenges for Employee Privacy

An individual’s online behavior and presence may seem like their own business, but when it comes to on-the-job use of social networks, the rules have changed.

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  Aug 01, 2014

Workplace Options Unveils iConnectYou

Workplace Options, the world’s leading employee effectiveness and well-being provider, announced the launch of its second mobile app, which will give employees anywhere in the world one-touch access to counselling and coaching through their employer’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) or well-being services

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Irish Examiner - Rita de Brun

  Jul 30, 2014

Workplace Conflict: Can We Talk About It?

Most of us see ourselves as the good guys in work conflict situations, and therein lies the problem. If you observed a pack of animals of the same species cooped up together in adjoining fresh-air-free cubicles from 9am to 5pm …

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HR Magazine - Tammy Lytle

  Jul 25, 2014

How to Handle Toxic Personalites in the Workplace

You won’t find it on a resume, but it’s one of the most important factors a worker brings to the job: personality. Some personality types are so toxic they can poison everyone around them.

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Anne Fisher - Fortune Magazine

  Jun 11, 2014

Millennials May Have No Clue about Your Office’s Marijuana Rules

One more way employees under 30 differ from their older colleagues: They’re mostly okay with coworkers who smoke pot …

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EBN - Michael Giardina

  May 29, 2014

State Laws Ban Employer Access to Employee Social Media

Employers, including private companies and educational institutions, are being forcibly shut out of their employees’ social media accounts as privacy advocates push for more action from legislators …

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