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In the midst of a crisis, mental health and self-care is paramount. The resources below can help you support your workforce during these uncertain times.
Practical resources for helping employees combat stress through mindfulness.
Data-driven information on implementing a workplace cognitive behavioral therapy program.
Mental health and substance abuse in the workplace and how employers are taking action.
A look at new shifts to employee benefit offerings, including mental health services.
This episode focuses on how employers can recognize and help employees in a mental health crisis.
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Learn how stress affects the bottom line and how employers can help their staff decompress.
Find out how to be a supportive employer, make the recovery process easier for your employees and how to avoid fraud in your plan.
Learn how employers can start to break down the barriers and help their employees deal with mental health issues.
Your EAP is likely to offer services to assist with many challenges facing your workers and their families.
Supporting the mental health of your employees is a win-win for them and for your organization.
Develop and encourage a culture that embodies mindfulness during this difficult time.
Learn strategies and tools to manage COVID-19-related anxiety impacting your workplace.
Learn all about Employee Assistance Programs in under one minute.
Resilience is the process of successfully bouncing back from stress. It can be learned and developed in anyone.
Though individuals may have access to mental health resources, many in need do not take advantage of them.
With all the chaos happening around us, it’s easy to forget about your organization’s EAP but this is a perfect time to make use of its services.
Effective ways to communicate with employees about their mental health.
Plan sponsors must assess the support tools they provide and understand that a one-size-fits-all approach to supporting employees will not work.
The stigma associated with mental health issues, particularly when coupled with cultural and religious norms, may also prevent people from seeking help when they need it.
With additional uncertainty surrounding school and work, these are the times when personal and professional concerns about health and productivity can really hit home for workers and organizations.
Employers, recognizing the growing need among the workforce, have stepped up their mental health benefits.