Workplace Wellness

Making the workplace a rich and vibrant place is good for the soul as well as the organization. People who are happy, cont­ent and feel they are making a contribution and not just earning a living, will live healthier and longer lives. They will also be more productive and creative at work.

I recently had an email from a middle-aged man who works for a large company and he shared this:

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Kristina Sisu
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Kristina Sisu
Kristina Sisu is a Certified Nutritionist, Author and Acupressurist in Kingston, ON, and can be reached at wellness@reach.net.