Omaha, Nebraska 2021-09-16 18:18:05 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) — Project Harmony has a work environment that encourages employees to take breaks. For the pandemic, they added more self-care enhancements.
“More team building events. Bring food trucks as a way to get out and get together in groups. We also bring in nutritionists for lunch to learn and use food to relieve stress and we. Talk about the food that he goes to relieve. Stress. ” Calendine, Senior Director of People and Culture in Project Harmony, said.
There are personal activities such as fidgeting and slinky toys, as well as group activities.
“I enjoy the embarrassment with my colleagues, and you can come here to make jokes, have a good time, and build great puzzles,” said Machaela Hackendal of Project Harmony. increase.
Employees say they’re fine after the break.
“I just feel rejuvenated and ready to tackle the problem or problem at hand,” Hackendar adds.
They also have a massage chair and reading space, a wellness room with colors for crossword puzzles, and management says it has proven to be beneficial.
“Highly motivated, highly satisfied with work, less burnout, high retention rate, people continue to work, never lose employees, and have a significant impact on overall engagement with the enterprise. “Dean adds.
“When we feel good, we can provide better care to the families and children we work with,” Hackendar continues.
They say it’s also helpful to go outdoors and take a walk. With a butterfly garden and swings, employees can go outdoors and breathe in the fresh air and sunshine.
Dean adds that if your company has an employee assistance program focused on well-being, self-care and stress management, you should reach out. They are confidential and are usually free.
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