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Check out the latest Forbes column written by one of our 2017 MD Symposium keynote speakers, Rodd Wagner, on work-life balance.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/roddwagner/2017/07/26/more-proof-work-life-balance-can-be-a-life-or-death-issue/

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A recent Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies poll of full-time and part-time workers found that 66% of Baby Boomers expect to either work past age 65 (51%) or do not plan to retire (15%). What can employers do to meet the needs of the Aging Workforce? http://bit.ly/2vCPm6q

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Bottom line figures are good barometers of a company’s overall health. But, are ROI figures the best way to evaluate the impact of your wellness program? Three steps to defining the value of workplace wellness activities. http://bit.ly/2sMPwHn
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What’s the secret to building great teams? It’s no secret, really: It all starts with trust. Learn more http://bit.ly/2sw2sSV

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The opioid epidemic has created a new wave of peripheral victims who may be struggling in the workplace. Find out what you can do if this crisis is hiding at your company. http://bit.ly/2rIkfFY

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These four wellness program must-haves are a great start for any organization considering adding a wellness program or changing an existing one. http://bit.ly/2pTlC7d

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What are three most common mistakes employers make when shopping for an EAP? And how can you avoid making them? http://bit.ly/2q2HXyz

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Do you think a little fear can be a positive employee motivator? You’re mistaken. Learn why, plus discover other top employee engagement myths http://bit.ly/2p5rhCB

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Many families are using the new Netflix series ‘13 Reasons Why’ as a starting point for conversations with their teens about suicide, bullying, rape, and more. Here’s how to handle those conversations sensitively. http://bit.ly/2qnN3l1

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Do you have an employee with whom you need to have a tough talk—about tardiness, performance, or any other subject? Handle the conversation by preparing thoughtfully, focusing on your objectives and maintaining a bit of compassion. Learn more http://bit.ly/2oPJNi1
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