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When employees are facing mental health challenges, it impacts everyone. But there are effective strategies and approaches that can get employees the help they need while also maintaining a safe and productive work environment.Participate in our two-day conference and learn how to support your employees, plan members and their families when they need it the most.
This virtual conference is well-suited for benefits professionals serving plans and participants in the U.S. and Canada, as well as anyone who champions mental health in the workplace, including:
Growing loneliness and social isolation have precipitated a public health crisis, and the workplace is far from immune. This session will explore how the mental and physical health challenges of loneliness impact cost and productivity of the workforce and what employers can do to address this issue.
In this session, we will address the following:
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Supervisors play a critical role in shaping workplace mental health acceptance and fostering an environment of psychological safety. In fact, recent research indicates that managers may have greater influence on an employee’s mental health than a doctor or therapist. The good news is that the same aspects that make you a good leader can also help you support the mental health of your team through practice of compassion, authentic listening, boundaries and resources. Utilizing those qualities when addressing or supporting a conversation on mental health in the workplace creates the foundation for a culture that supports leaders and employee mental health and well-being. The takeaways for this session are:
In this session, we will discuss current trends in alcohol and marijuana use in the workforce as well as the dangers and warning signs. Shifting the culture involves:
This session will address:
This virtual certificate has not been preapproved for CE credit for any license or designation. You can self-report credit to your licensing agency based on your actual time in attendance at the program. The IFEBP is not monitoring time in attendance for CE purposes. We cannot guarantee that a licensing board will accept this program for credit.
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