Sept. 22, 2021 The Division of Human Resources & Equity is now called the Division of People Strategy, Equity & Culture.

Languishing: What It Means and Why You Might Be Struggling with It

You may have heard about a phenomenon called languishing—an aimless, joyless state somewhere between depression and flourishing. But is languishing a real health condition? How might it appear in your life, or in the life of a loved one? And if it does, what can you do about it?

Understanding and Improving Your Money Mindset

The feelings you have about money and the narrative you tell yourself about how it works in the world are sometimes called your money mindset.

Maintaining Financial Wellness During a Major Life Incident

Financial experts advise us to plan for a financially difficult situation, such as a layoff, medical emergency, or unexpected home or auto repair. The prevailing wisdom is to build an emergency fund that will last you three to six months in the event of a major life event and to pay down or avoid debt to keep you financially prepared.

Dealing with cultural differences in the workplace

Since workplaces are more culturally diverse than ever before, the approach you take in relating to others may require some extra effort.

Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

If you have trouble sleeping, you’re not alone. Researchers conducting sleep studies indicate that lack of sleep is considered a global epidemic. Even people who usually sleep well may have trouble when they’re under extra stress or away from home.

Fitness in a digital world

Fitness has been greatly impacted by the surging digitization of contemporary life. So how can wearable devices such as Fitbit and the many health data and goal tracking devices available on smart phones benefit your fitness goals?

COVID-19 and Depression

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges with it, including a rapid increase of people suffering with depression. Some people may not have experienced mental health issues in the past and may feel uncertain about how to best cope. Others who experienced depression before the lockdown may have found that their depressive symptoms have been exacerbated.