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COVID-19: Mental Health and Well-Being

In response to growing demand from employers across the country, The Center for Workplace Mental Health is developing and collecting an array of resources addressing mental health and well-being for both during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Research increasingly shows that reducing burnout and increasing well-being is not just solved at the individual level, rather it requires organizational changes. This live town hall event will include a presentation on innovative approaches to reducing burnout and improving wellbeing in the health care sector and practices learned in that sector that can be implemented in a diverse array of industries.

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Resilience refers to the ability to not only persevere, but to thrive in the face of adversity. Most people will encounter some form of adversity in their lifetime – whether it stems from an acute traumatic incident, or daily life stressors. Learn more about resiliency and how employers can promote it in their employees.

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It has never been more important than during this pandemic with growing rates of anxiety, depression, substance use, trauma and excessively high rates of stress.

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Making Workplace Mental Health Work

See how employers are successfully implementing workplace mental health programs and initiatives.

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Turnkey Programs

We work directly with employers to provide ready-to-deploy resources and programs, helping business to raise standards, positively effect policy change, and improve worker quality of life. 

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Investing in a mentally healthy workplace is good for business, helping to reduce absenteeism and decreased disability costs while improving employee morale and productivity. 

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Understanding the conditions, policies, and treatment of mental health issues is the first step to addressing their impact on the workplace. Here, we provide information and insight on mental health issues to help you initiate and manage effective programs and policies. 

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