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Real-World Results: Employer Tactics to Enrich Your Mental Health in the Workplace Strategy

Wednesday, Sept. 23  |  3:00 - 4:00 p.m. ET

Join Kent State University's Director of Employee Wellness, Kim Hauge, to discuss how Kent State University capitalized on the relationship with their Employee Assistance Program to build an award-winning, workplace-wellness strategy. Ms. Hauge will also discuss her 'head-on approach' to reduce stigma around mental health, how to engage employees to improve self-help and self-care behaviors, and how to adopt a well-being mantra of, "make yourself and your health a priority."

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