how much do unhealthy employees cost an organization? a lot actually [podcast]

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In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Jen Arricale, a healthy living expert. Arricale has been featured on television programs, radio talk shows, podcast and the author of various publications, including “Healthy Recipes For a Busy Life,” and “52 Tips For Busy People.”

You will learn:
3:08 – How to stay healthy and busy in our current lifestyle.
4:00 – People strive to be healthier in their lifestyle.
4:06 – Most people know what to do they just don’t know how to do it. They need more accountability and information.
4:49 – How does health impact your work?
5:00 – It goes both ways—work impacts your health and health impacts your work.
6:24 – Unhealthy workers can cost organizations a lot.
7:05 – What factor does prioritizing have with our well-being?
7:16 – My secret to success for being your healthiest self is telling yourself what to do more of.
7:53 – We need to be aware of what we do.
8:20 – Is it the manager’s role to tell employees to take care of themselves?
10:15 – Managers need to lead by a healthy example.
10:35 – Look for resources to help you live a healthier lifestyle.
14:05 – Arricale’s 5 healthy tips: make healthy choices every day, eat 5 to 6 times a day, drink water all day long, eat at the right time and eat a variety of foods.
16:00 – The importance of support when it comes to healthy habits.

Links and Resources Mentioned:
Learn more and connect with Jen Arricale

Website | Twitter |  LinkedIn

Learn more about: 52 Easy Healthy Tips for Busy People

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Godafrid Zack

Great work. Go go keep going. Do your best.

October 7, 2015   |   Reply
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