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Start the New Year Off Right

Not sure what goals to choose for 2017? Experts suggest planning manageable positive lifestyle changes for the new year instead of major life overhauls that set you up for disappointment. People who make realistic resolutions are more likely to keep those promises throughout the year.

Frontline Supervisor: Diversity in the Workplace

Q. How should supervisors view or understand diversity in the workplace and use it as a resource to support the organization’s mission?

Cold, Flu or Allergies? Know the Difference for the Best Treatment

You’re feeling pretty lousy. You’ve got sniffles, sneezing and a sore throat. Is it a cold, flu or allergies? It can be hard to tell them apart because they share so many symptoms. But understanding the differences will help you choose the best treatment.

Tips for Buying Home Exercise Equipment

When daily trips to the gym aren’t possible or gym memberships seem a little too expensive, home exercise equipment might seem like a good alternative. But before you spring for new equipment, make sure you’re not buying the fitness fiction of quick, easy results.

Frontline Supervisor: Communication in the Workplace

Q. What’s the most significant problem in the workplace that inhibits productivity, causes conflicts between workers and managers and creates the most risk for employees and the organization?

Coping with Family Changes During the Holidays

For most people, spending time with family is their favorite part of the holidays -- and also the most stressful part of the holidays. One thing we can count on in our families is change. Many of these changes, whether they are joyful or sorrowful, can add additional challenges to the holiday season. Here are a few ideas for coping with family changes during the holidays.

Good Posture for a Healthy Back
Maintaining good posture involves training your body to move and function where the least strain is placed on bones, joints and soft tissues. 
The Dangers of Distracted Driving
Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways. In 2014 alone, 3,179 were killed in distracted driving crashes. Get the facts and help keep America’s roadways safe.

In the Midst of Change
The constant barrage of negativity in the news, political turmoil, community unrest, violence and trauma of the past year have left their mark in many ways, some positive and many negative, with outcomes yet unknown. 
Frontline Supervisor: Becoming a Better Manager

Q. I know that leadership has little to do with what I know or say, but instead with what I do. Can you give an example of one critical mistake that’s common in leadership failure and how BJC EAP can help leaders be successful?

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