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Future Electronics Offers LifeWorks Mindfulness Seminar to Employees

Montreal, Canada –   Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, recently offered a LifeWorks seminar about mindfulness at their Montreal headquarters.

‘Mindfulness: Being Present in the Moment’ was part of Future’s wellness program, and was open to all employees of Future Electronics.

The seminar began by defining mindfulness and explaining its potential benefits to employees’ personal and professional lives, and identified ways to practice mindfulness in everyday life. Participants also got the opportunity to practice a mindful meditation exercise, and learned how living in the moment can improve their overall well-being.

LifeWorks is Future’s employee assistance provider. It offers Future employees and their immediate families 24/7 access to confidential support and resources to help manage virtually any personal or professional issue, so they can lead a healthier, happier, more productive life.

For more information about LifeWorks and Future’s wellness program, click here

1 comment on “Future Electronics Offers LifeWorks Mindfulness Seminar to Employees

  1. alicebolingeryn
    April 17, 2019

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