Every month, NWI curates articles and various media to share with the health and wellness community that represent future trends in the field. Below are five pieces of work NWI sees as trending for the month of November, in 2020.

(Podcast) The Bid: How Racial Injustice Reshapes the Workplace

The Bid breaks down what’s happening in the markets and explores the forces that are changing investing. Hear thought leaders from and outside of BlackRock discuss the trends shaping society and why they matter.

On this episode of The Bid, Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts, Professor of Practice at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, and Wes Moore, CEO of the Robin Hood Foundation, a nonprofit focused on fighting poverty, share their views on race, bias and inequity in the workplace.

An Activity for an Anxious Election Day

John Warner, author of several books and an editor, speaker, and consultant with more than 20 years of experience teaching college-level writing shares this submission from a a student who used his book The Writer’s Practice in her class. The piece, written by Ada Shaw, details an experience in the style of Warner’s class text. The entire piece can be found on Inside Higher Ed.

3 Ways to Get the Most Out of Open Enrollment Season

Givhero wrote this article to aid worksite leaders in revamping programs and reinvigorating employees. While this year might look a little different than previous ones, there are still ways to get the most out of your offerings, so your team gets the most out of their work and health. Read the entire article here.

Food as Medicine: Hot Topics in Nutritional Science

NWI Board of Directors member Mark Pettus created this video as part of a “Build Your Armor” series, with added emphasis on COVID and immune resiliency.

Implementing Mental Well-Being in the Workplace: Getting Started

This article by Ryan Bojrab, DBT, makes the argument that increased awareness of mental health has become more important, and defines how employers can help.