In this week's Insider News, we're sharing opinions on Zoom calls from some prominent CEOs, the differences between teams that feel more and less connected during the pandemic, and a Harvard study on the health benefits of new transportation initiatives.
This week in Insider News, we're sharing Massachusetts' nursing home reforms, a telehealth study from J.D. Power, and research that shows the impact of COVID-19 on kindergarteners' reading ability.
This year, the month of October comes with two important health concerns: Halloween and the flu season. Many parents are wondering if they can safely take their kids trick-or-treating, and health officials are strongly urging everyone to get a flu vaccine. Learn more about what the experts have to say about these health concerns and read about the increasing popularity of mindfulness apps in this week's Insider News.
This week in Insider News we have the latest on Massachusetts COVID-19 guidance, a survey on how well employees understand their health benefits, and the studies that suggest stability balls may not have significant health benefits.
The stress of the ongoing pandemic is taking its toll on Americans, reflected by rising job burnout and depression rates. Learn about these issues as well as some of the ways employers are helping parents with children manage the start of the school year.