The holiday season is officially here. Not only is this the season for family and giving, but it also means festive decorations, social gatherings, office parties, tasty sweets, family meals, shopping, and more.
How can you make this a safe and healthy holiday season for your family and your organization? Consider the following resources to get you ready for the holidays!
1. Avoiding Stress During The Holidays
While the holidays were once a time of family togetherness and peaceful rejoicing, today's world has made it a frantic rush to host the perfect party and outdo relatives with gift selections. With holiday work events, family meals, and parties with friends, you may feel pulled in several directions as your calendar quickly fills up. Alas, the stress begins. But what to do? Check out these 5 tips to get you on the right track to enjoying the holidays as they’re meant to be.
2. Workplace Wellbeing: Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain
The holidays are notorious for being the time of year when most people pack on a few extra pounds. While a few pounds may not seem significant, when you add up several years' worth of holiday weight gain, they can make the difference between a healthy and an unhealthy employee. Offering employees strategies to avoid holiday weight gain goes hand-in-hand with a workplace wellbeing program.
3. Holiday Safety Tips
Not only do the holidays come with yummy sweets and the risk of a few extra pounds, they also pose safety hazards by increasing the risk of fire and injury. Each year fires occurring during the holiday season injure nearly 3,000 people and cause over $900 million in damage. Our wish for you is to save any burning for the few extra pounds and have a safe holiday season by following these important tips.
4. Hosting A Company Holiday Party? Limit Your Liquor Liability
A bartender is legally liable for serving alcohol to a patron who becomes intoxicated and then injures a third party. Does a business face a similar exposure when it hosts a social event where alcohol is served, such as an open house, holiday party, or employee picnic? Click here to learn more about what liability you may be facing and the appropriate steps to take in order to control your risk.