On Dec. 20, 2017, a United States district judge for the District of Columbia ordered that portions of the EEOC’s 2016 regulations under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the regulations under the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act be vacated effective Jan. 1, 2019.
The Tennessean has recognized Paradigm Group as the No. 1 Top Workplace in the small business category! As a four-time recipient of the Top Workplaces Award, the Paradigm Group team was also recognized with the Hall of Fame Award. In addition to these team awards, Bob Levy, president of Paradigm Group, received the 2018 Small Business Leadership Award.
A video highlight reel from Paradigm Group’s fourth annual Workplace Wellbeing Conference. During this year’s conference, we focused on the importance of employee engagement as a part of a well-rounded wellbeing program.
With record low unemployment and competitive labor market in Middle Tennessee, it’s safe to say it’s an employees’ market. Now more than ever, we as employers must think critically about what we are doing to keep our best employees engaged and committed to our organization.
We’re gearing up for our fourth annual Wellbeing Conference: Enhancing Employee Engagement on April 25 at the Music City Center. This year we will focus on ways to build a workplace with happier, healthier, more engaged employees.
On December 20, 2017, Judge John D. Bates, a United States District Judge for the District of Columbia, granted the American Association of Retired Persons’ (AARP’s) motion to alter or amend the previous judgment to its 2016 lawsuit.
If you plan to offer an employee wellness program in 2018, we recommend spending the weeks prior to open enrollment preparing. Here’s a guide for some of the major items to consider as you plan your wellness program.
A video highlight reel from Paradigm Group’s third annual Workplace Wellbeing Conference. This year’s focus was stress management solutions for Middle Tennessee employers to utilize with their employees inside and outside the workplace.
On May 16, we hosted our third annual Elements of a Healthy Culture Wellbeing Conference at the Music City Center. The event was a huge success, with 200 of Middle Tennessee’s HR and business leaders gathered to discuss stress management solutions for the workplace. This year’s conference featured several stress expert speakers, a workplace yoga demonstration, guided meditation and mini massages.
Only a few more weeks until our 2017 Workplace Wellbeing Conference on May 16, where we’ll hear from New York Times best-selling author, health psychologist, and WELCOA stress management expert, Dr. Laurel Mellin. During her keynote, Dr. Mellin will present her neuro-science stress management program, Emotional Braining Training or EBT.