The math doesn’t lie: Addiction at workYou may think your business is immune to addiction, but the math says otherwise. Healthy employees are happier, more productive and often do better work.
One surprising way I became a superstar at work
Even though I didn’t experience those “typical” alcohol-related consequences, abstaining from alcohol made an incredible difference in my life.
Taking aim at addiction: Six steps for employersAs an employer, you can help your employees and their loved ones get well, improve productivity and reduce costs related to addiction.
A guide for employersOur guide, in partnership with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, includes six tips to support your team and their loved ones.
FIT @ Work case studyKasia King, GE Johnson's Human Resources Executive Director, answered questions about our partnership, the program's rollout and its positive impact on their business.
How can I help a coworker who recently returned from treatment or is new to addiction recovery?
Eight ways addiction is affecting your workplaceWe outlined eight ways untreated addiction negatively impacts every company, regardless of industry, location or size.
Addiction and work: One mother’s storyAs a loved one of someone suffering from addiction, Kristen felt the effects of the disease in profound ways. It severely impacted her mental and physical health, as well as her ability to perform at work.
Workplace partner Q&A: GE Johnson ConstructionGE Johnson Construction is embracing an innovative approach to help its employees impacted by alcohol and other drug addiction.
Workplace partner Q&A: Daniels FundAlready committed to supporting highly effective nonprofits through its grants program, the Daniels Fund became a Face It TOGETHER @ Work partner this fall.
Myths and facts about addiction in the workplace
Almost everything we think we know about addiction is wrong. There are many myths about the disease, including its prevalence and impact in workplaces.