Q&A about: Workplace wellness programs have great power to create healthy employees, improve employee engagement, and can lead to better employer engagement. Today we will look at the highlights of a new guide on workplace…
In The Daily Californian blog, UC Berkeley professors and experts debunk common myths. Dr. Cristina Banks, HealthyWorkplaces director and Haas lecturer, discusses low-stress workplaces and productivity. View The Daily Californian excerpt here: http://www.dailycal.org/2015/11/04/uc-berkeley-professors-correct-our-most-common-misconceptions/
A blog by Cristina Banks and Christina Maslach, published on The Berkeley Blog.
Just published on our website - Health Technology in the Workplace: Leveraging technology to protect and improve worker health. An Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces Report.
From faculty start-ups to perceptions of Animal House, the discussion at Gensler Chicago’s most recent Dialogues panel brought an interdisciplinary lens to High-Yield Workplace. Held Thursday, March 20th, this event was the second in Gensler Chicago’s three-part Dialogues series on Well-being on the Academic Campus.
On Jan. 16, UC Berkeley’s Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces hosted a mixer at the University Club in Memorial Stadium, bringing together approximately 50 professionals and company representatives from various fields to come up with solutions to create healthy workspaces.
A “mixer” usually doesn’t bring work to mind. But at a recent mixer on the UC Berkeley campus, work was all anyone was talking about. Sponsored by UC Berkeley’s fledgling Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces, the event brought together more than 50 researchers, business leaders, public policymakers and service providers who’ve taken an active interest in worker well-being. On their agenda: making new connections while exploring the ways work could be made a healthier, more satisfying and more productive experience.