According to a new infographic from wellness-focused tech company Limeade, the cold weather of January and February often leads to more employees taking sick days (for obvious reasons).
Of course, one or two sick employees isn’t such a big deal, but when the flu knocks half your office on its collective butt, that’s when the bottom line starts hurting.
So, what’s an employer to do?
A good place to start would be to check out Limeade’s full infographic below, which breaks down some of the common problems that arise this time of year and how you can help your employees stay healthy, engaged, and productive through the long, dark months of winter.
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