Join us on Tuesday, May 31 from 3:00 - 3:50 p.m. ET for a virtual town hall to learn how you can make small changes with big results when it comes to burnout at your organization. What does burnout look and feel like? How does burnout impact mental health and well-being? Why is burnout becoming a higher priority for employers? What steps can employers take to address burnout?
Join us on Wednesday, April 20 at 3:00 p.m. ET to learn how to combine diverse mental health programming and the turnkey resources available from Right Direction to generate high employee engagement, with marked increases in (1) outpatient medical utilization; (2) greater prescription drug utilization for mental health conditions; and (3) employee assistance program use. This virtual town hall will feature an in-depth discussion on actionable strategies to build a mentally healthy work culture.
On the latest episode of Let’s Talk: Mental Health Works, Heather Kelly, Founder of Aura Wellbeing, a global consulting organization, discusses the importance of empathy and the role it plays in creating a caring organizational culture.
While there isn’t a standard roadmap for addressing burnout in an organization, the APAF Center for Workplace Mental Health provides some simple steps employers can take to make a positive difference in the mental health and well-being of their workforce. Small changes often lead to big results.
Although we are unable to predict and control every aspect of holiday plans, we do have the ability to take certain precautions and steps in protecting our mental health and well-being. Check out the APAF Center for Workplace Mental Health’s tips to help safeguard your mental health and well-being during "the most wonderful time of the year."
Join us for our next Virtual Town Hall, Suicide Prevention is Everyone’s Business, to hear expert, Jodi Frey, Ph.D., LCSW-C, CEAP, discuss: Which industries are hit hardest by suicide; How to build healthier workplaces to reduce the risk of suicide; The role that depression, substance use, and other mental health-related issues play in suicide prevention; Current workplace suicide prevention guidelines; and The role businesses should play in suicide prevention.
As employers make plans to return to the workplace, they are faced with the challenge of supporting employees and their mental health through the transition. Join us for a virtual town hall on Wednesday, August 25 at 3:00 p.m. EDT to hear from the Center for Workplace Mental Health's Associate Director, Emma Jellen, on what works in building a successful return to the workplace strategy that supports employee mental health.
The Center for Workplace Mental Health has developed a new resource guide for employers with practical tips to support employees and to promote resiliency in the workforce.
Employers understand the importance of developing effective policies and practices that support diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEIB). This Virtual Town Hall, developed in partnership with the Steve Fund, features a panel of young professionals and a Steve Fund Mental Health Expert who will share their views on what organizations can do to effectively support them and create DEIB programs and initiatives that attract and retain top talent.
Learn what organizations and mental health professionals can do to support individuals in underrepresented populations experiencing mental health challenges.