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.
A new resource from The Center for Workplace Mental Health on maintaining your health and well-being while working from home during COVID-19.
According to a survey released by Transamerica Center for Health Studies (TCHS), 96% of employers believe improving mental health in the workplace is good for business. Unfortunatley, only 65% indicate their company provides adequate mental health services.
The stigma of depression often leads to social isolation because the depressed person believes no one understands what it's like to be depressed.
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Orem company publishes a report on male suicide prevention in the workplace and reveals industries with the highest rates of suicide.
Good mental health means more than the absence of a condition. At work, it means being a fulfilled member of the team and having access to support and treatment when needed. Companies that provide support and resources understand the importance of addressing mental health and what it means to take a preventative approach.
By adopting a take-charge approach towards living with depression, employees can start to feel more in control and less powerless. Jessica Gimeno, a health activist shares helpful strategies in this TED article.
With 1 in 5 experiencing a mental health condition in a given year, employers can be proactive in addressing concerns associated with such issues. Here are three ways to encourage employees to get help.
The 20-question survey is designed to be simple to use and focus on four key organizational areas: The Importance of Leadership; Improving Access to Services and Supports; Building a Healthy Organization and Culture; and Raising Awareness and Training.
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