Financial wellness is one of the leading causes of stress in the United States, and not just for the unemployed.
Think about the “purpose” of business. Is it to make money? Satisfy market demand? Give dignity to workers? Make the world a better place?
When people ask Kenneth Frazier, CEO of Merck & Co., Inc., to make the business case for diversity, he says, “First, I want you to make the case for homogeneity.” It may sound absurd even though homogeneity may be the norm in many companies, but it’s nearly impossible to make the ca
Financial Wellness is a real problem in the workplace that many companies are not tackling head on. Financial stress can cause a variety of issues for an employee that often accompanies them in their jobs.
The effects of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on Puerto Rico have been well publicized, and there is much work ahead. The Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) is proud to be one of hundreds of organizations on the island trying to facilitate a path forward for the people of Puerto Rico.
Last month, business leaders met in Washington, D.C. with the Honorable Mayita Meléndez, the Mayor of Ponce, Puerto Rico. The event was an opportunity for the private sector to hear first-hand how they can help with the long-term recovery efforts in the city.
One of the most powerful health tools is something many of us take for granted: the power to make decisions about health care.
It has been truly rewarding to see the paradigm shift that has occurred in the business innovation cycle. Recent technological advancements are primarily responsible for accelerating the adoption of digital technologies.