Everything You Need to Know About Stress and Burnout in the Workplace

Being burned out and being stressed out are not the same thing. Being burned out is not the same as dealing with depression. And...

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All Work, No Play? Breaking Barriers to Individual and Organizational Happiness

What is happiness? The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines happiness as a state of well-being and contentment — and it’s something most people want to feel more...

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People & Perspectives: How can HR most greatly impact the workplace experience factor?

“Experience is a master teacher, even when it’s not our own.” ~ Gina Greenlee Every three months, PeopleTalk asks CPHR BC & Yukon's members to share their...

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Three Ways Towards a More Mindful Workplace

If your organization doesn’t yet have mindfulness practices in place, don’t fret, because it doesn’t have to cost much or take many resources. To...

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Whole-Life Leadership: Self, Others, All

What does it mean to lead from any level? Through our interaction with people, we help to raise people up. We instill a sense of...

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Infographic: Wellness in the Workplace

Soulful Indulgence is exhibiting at the 2017 HR Conference + Tradeshow. The tradeshow is open to the public on Tuesday, May 2 and is...

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The Profound Benefits of Volunteering

By Tracey Burns Recently, I worked with an organization which had been through a tumultuous time. Culture Collision and Constant Change Over the space of several years,...

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Shifting the Perception of Disability in the Workforce

By Karen Lai and Mark Gruenheid How many of your staff has asked for a redesign of their workstation?  To provide an ergonomic cushion for...

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