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[Register Now] Notice. Talk. Act. at Work: Creating a Mentally Healthy Workplace

November 17, 2020
2:00 - 3:00 p.m. EST

Notice. Talk. Act. at Work is an e-Learning training that responds to the high demand for an easily accessible, comprehensive mental health training that supports leaders and people managers in understanding the impact of mental health on employees and their organizations. Join us on November 17 to learn more about this new resource from the Center for Workplace Mental Health.

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Firms are stepping in to help remote and frontline workers alike deal with emotional strain

Early in the pandemic, companies largely focused their attentions on keeping employees physically safe. Now, many are turning their attentions to addressing the mental health challenges of their employees, utilizing a broad range of benefits and solutions in addressing anxiety and stressors faced by remote staff and frontline and essential workers.

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The Dangers of Digital Fatigue, and How to Prioritize Your Mental Health

Technology and screen time are now consuming our days. This consumption and daily feedback loop of information are leading to digital fatigue, which can lead to lack of energy, mental clarity, burnout, and can cause negative psychological and physical effects that impact our overall well-being. Adopting healthy daily habits like making the time to consciously take a break from the screen or setting boundaries can help make a difference.

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Virtual Town Halls on Mental Health

In recent months, the Center for Workplace Mental Health and Employers Health Coalition, have co-hosted several Virtual Town Hall Meetings on workplace mental health topics with Employers Health. If you were unable to join us for these presentations, please be sure to check out the recordings and share with your networks.

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