3rd Quarter Manager Newsletter

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Leading minds

This quarter, Brooke Wilson, Director of the Employee Assistance Program and Worklife Services, uses movie catch-phrases as examples that help build resilience. Read more on resilience here...


Process improvement 101: Pretend you’re the customer

In recent years there’s been a whole lot written about "process improvement." Read more on how you can find opportunities within your team...


No one wants to be a robot

More and more, the automatons are invading the workforce. Learn tips for keeping your work culture more human...


The stay interview

People love a strong economy. But you might find yourself spending more time in the interview room. Talented but unhappy employees can look elsewhere. Read about what you can do to help improve their work lives...


Let’s Talk manager video series:
Tips for managing work at home employees

It can be challening to manage remote employees when you first start. Watch this video for some key points to keep in mind when managing remote employees. | Read a transcript of the video here.

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Build a culture of well-being and resilience

You want your employees to have more healthy days. And that means empowering them to help each other and themselves.

The ZP Challenge puts change in the hands of your employees, their families and friends — and builds a culture of well-being among your workforce. This unique "sweepstakes style" program invites participants to invest in themselves and make a positive change in their lives in the areas of:

  • Fitness
  • Eating habits
  • Family life
  • Finances
And healthier employees can mean a healthier
bottom line.

To learn more, you or your benefits representative can contact an account executive or e-mail us at AetnaBH_EAPSales@aetna.com

Note: ZP Challenge is available to your organization for an additional cost and may or may not currently be included in your service plan.

Learn more about this and other optional services.

Download the 3rd quarter newsletter here.

Getting help

For help with personal or workplace issues, call your access phone number or check your website. These confidential services are available 24/7 to you, your eligible household members and adult children under age 26, whether they live at home or not.



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