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April Health & Wellness Observances and Events

April is a busy month for health & wellness observances. We’ve gathered a few links and resources to help with your wellness communication programs. Alcohol Awareness Month Cancer Control Month Autism Awareness Month Child Abuse Prevention Month Donate Life Month Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month Minority Health Month Sexual Assault Awarenss Month Sexually Transmitted Infections…

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News briefs: health care reform, lessons from Hollywood, interns, & more

Health care reform At the Washington Post, Ezra Klein explains how the exchanges work. Also see How big is the bill, really? For employers, Anne Freedman of Human Resource Executive suggests that uncertainty reigns. While most changes for employers won’t be in effect until 2014 to 2018, she outlines some changes that go into effect…

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How to stifle creativity in 14 steps or fewer

Youngme Moon, the Donald K. David Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, offers her take on common organizational innovation and creativity inhibitors in this short presentation, The Anti-Creativity Checklist. In the comment section of her posting, readers offer their own lists. My Anti-Creativity Checklist from Youngme Moon on Vimeo.

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Work-Life Balance and Flex Work

The line between employees’ work lives and personal lives is shifting. A growing number of U.S. workplaces are adapting to the needs and wants of a changing workforce. This week, NPR looks at these trends in an excellent series on flex-work and work-life balance. The broadcast of each segment lasts just under 8 minutes; print…

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