The organizations that thrive in 2022 will be those that make a concerted effort to break the burnout epidemic and build a long-term sustainable talent management plan.
By supporting employees' mental health in the workplace, leaders can combat burnout and retain top talent during the Great Resignation and beyond.
The coronavirus pandemic amplified conversations about employee well-being as companies looked to support their people through the crisis. But it shouldn’t take a global pandemic to talk about mental health at work.
MINES & Associates (MINES), today announced that they have partnered with eMindful to support the behavioral health of their clients, employees, and household members.
Hive Learning –– the world's #1 peer learning platform –– has partnered with the UK's leading digital mental health charity –– Mental Health Innovations (MHI) –– to launch Mental Health Works.
WILL Interactive and Give an Hour have partnered to develop Emotional Life Skills® @ Work to address the increased workplace mental health issues exacerbated by Covid-19.
LifeSpeak Inc., a leading digital education platform for employee mental health and wellness, has announced a $42 million growth equity investment.
As a learning leader, you are positioned to help your organization succeed during the pandemic. But you can’t drive change if you’re burned out.