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Financial Wellness Series: How Money Works

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Financial Wellness Series: How Money Works

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4 Ways Eating Local Produce Supports Your Health and Your Community

Did you know that when you shop Heinen’s Produce Department you are supporting local farmers? Amazing, right? It’s like visiting a good old fashioned farmer’s market, but without the bugs! This isn’t something new and trendy for Heinen’s. In fact, they’ve been selling locally grown produce since the 1930s, and today they’re buying produce from more than 150 Ohio and Illinois growers. Heinen’s offer a wide selection of local organic and other locally grown produce items from our own backyard all throughout the year. These partnerships guarantee products are harvested and delivered to our stores at the height of ripeness. Here are four good reasons to buy more local produce. 1. Better Taste “When you have the best and tastiest ingredients, you can cook very…

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Institute Editorial Team

How Much You NEED to Retire Comfortably

Figure out how to calculate the amount you’ll have saved for when you retire and what you need to be comfortable. We all want to retire with a comfortable amount of money, but how much is comfortable for the lifestyle we live? Experts say you should save at least  1 to 2 million dollars in order to live a comfortable life after retirement. But is that amount realistic? You definitely don’t need millions, I can tell you that.  By age 65, most people retire with about $164k. That’s a big difference from a million dollars, so is that number too low or is 1 million too high? Well, you have to understand that everyone’s lifestyle varies and people may not spend as much as others or have…

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Leadership & Career Advancement
Gina Messina, Ph.D.

Women in Today’s Workplace: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back?

The post-pandemic workplace is littered with uncertainty for workers in all industries, especially women. While the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic has passed, the lack of a steady workplace for women is still a prevalent problem. COVID-19 and Women’s Employment During the COVID-19 pandemic, women were 33% more likely than men to work in an industry shut down by the pandemic. Research indicated that jobs held by women were 1.8 times more vulnerable than those held by males. Women made up 39% of the employment on a global scale, but they accounted for 54% of the job losses worldwide. Economists also report that women were much more likely than men to be furloughed during the pandemic. In addition, women were furloughed for longer periods than…

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Veggies are King

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The majority of our daily carbohydrate intake should be from vegetables, but how do you incorporate them into every meal, especially breakfast? Nutritional Therapy Practitioner…

Club FX Event: Optimal Digestive Health

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Join the Institute for Women, Wellness & Work and Heinen's Club FX to hear from wellness experts Dr. Todd Pesek and Melanie Jatsek who will…

Meaning and Legacy

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What gives your life meaning and what is the legacy you want to leave behind? These are topics not many people have to face until…