EAP NEWSLETTER

Volume 18, Issue 3

IN THIS ISSUE
Get Moving
Procrastination
Challenge of Doing More
Get Organized
Staying Well
How to Use Your EAP

Get Moving to Stimulate Thought, Creativity

If you have six things on your mind at work and a group of off–the–job matters mixed in with them, you need a break. A coffee break might help, but not much. An exercise break is what you need to clear your mind and stimulate your thought processes.

Lack of energy dulls the thought process, but exercise produces stimulating changes such as the release of neurotransmitters that affect alertness…

How to Crack Procrastination

Maybe the best advice for procrastinators is this: Jump in. Start at the front, the back, or in the middle, but do something. Once you're into the project, your paralysis may fall away, and a course of action will become more clear to you…

The Challenge of Doing More in the Same Time

The workforce has been reduced at many organizations. That means individuals have had to take on work previously done by others in addition to their own. Here are some of the ways companies are motivating people to willingly do more and do it more effectively…

To Make More Time for Yourself: Get Organized and You'll Simplify Your Life

Being productive and efficient are admirable qualities, but the best reason for being organized is you'll have more time for yourself. Here are seven ways to start…

Plan to Stay Well This Flu Season

Sniffle season is just around the corner, so make plans now to stay well.

A flu shot is basic. It reduces your chances of getting influenza by up to 90 percent. But, you'll have to do more than that.

On average, people get one to three respiratory illnesses a year, most caused by viruses occurring in the fall and winter…

How to Use Your EAP

When help is needed call the office location most convenient for you. The office coordinator will ask for your name, employer and a brief description of your presenting concern. If an emergency exists you will be given immediate assistance. If your situation is not an emergency, you will be offered telephone assistance and/or in–person sessions to complete an assessment and make a referral for treatment if needed…

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