Keeping employees healthy and productive can decrease healthcare costs and is important for business.Those infected by the flu virus are at risk for missed work days, loss of income and hospitalizations. Tuesday, November 7 in UU-B08 Much like a family, our workplace is represented by multiple ages, generations and cultures.Annual flu immunizations are the single best way to protect employees from getting or spreading the flu. Saturday, November 4 in UU-206 Join the Mental Health Outreach Peer Educators (M-HOPE) for the fast-track mental health advocate certificate program. Come learn more about characteristics, strategies and generally how to understand our diverse and multigenerational workforce here on campus.
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Those infected by the flu virus are at risk for missed work days, loss of income and hospitalizations.
Annual flu immunizations are the single best way to protect employees from getting or spreading the flu. Wednesday, October 18 in Physical Facilities, Conference Room C It is that time of year again to protect yourself from the flu by taking advantage of the EAP sponsored flu vaccination clinics that are being offered on campus during September, October and November.
Tuesday, December 5, Tuesday, December 12, and Wednesday, December 20 in the Decker Health Services Conference Room The American Cancer Society Fresh Start program is a 4-week Cessation program facilitated by the EAP staff and other providers on campus.
Participants will learn that their efforts to cut down or eliminate tobacco products will have immediate and long-term health, social and financial impacts regardless of age.
Stop by their table outside Bartle Library by the Fountain, to enjoy some free hot chocolate or cider, as well as donuts and cookies! Tuesday, November 12 in the Old Union Hall Come Donate blood and help save a life!