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Survey says! More Employee Health & Well-Being survey results

King County is changing the Healthy Incentives program based on what we heard from employees. In 2017, you provided valuable input that will help us shape the new program to support your diverse interests and wellness goals in a more meaningful way. 574 more words


Let's Talk!

Today is Bell’s Let’s Talk day. The purpose of this day is to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health. The ability to reach our full potential depends on how well we can cope with the day to day stresses of life. 283 more words

Dr. M FinBlog

The Business Intelligence of Money

This post is triggered by the January financial woes. Everybody, or most us at least,  agree that right about this week, January feels like the longest month of the year. 578 more words

Business Intelligence

King County Employee Health & Well-Being: Programs available in 2018

King County cares about the health, well-being, and safety of our employees. It’s part of our commitment to Investing in You. Below you’ll find a wide variety of programs and activities that are available for your enjoyment and to support your health and well-being goals. 517 more words

Healthy Local Eating

Stress less this holiday season: self-care tips to consider during this busy time of year

The holidays can be full of joy, loved ones, and fabulous food. They also can be triggers for sadness and fatigue. It’s especially important to practice stress management this time of year. 340 more words


Untying the knot - Divorcees twice as likely to have no savings

A daunting part of a separation or divorce for most couples is sorting out the finances. Financial disputes can be a major stumbling block in the divorce process and could take longer than the divorce itself. 515 more words

10 tips to help you reduce stress at work

Need a little stress relief to lighten your day? Being proactive about taking care of your mental, emotional and physical health can help stave off unwanted stress at work. 548 more words