Everyone has a bad day here or there, but empowering employees through mental health and resilience training can provide them with the skills to be more present and focused on the job.
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.
Concern Health announced a new partnership with eMindful, the leading provider of evidence-based mindfulness programs, that will fully integrate eMindful's services throughout Concern's offerings for all of its customers.
CoachHub, the leading digital coaching platform, announced today the global launch of its new mental health coaching solution, CoachHub Wellbeing, designed to improve employee well-being in a judgment-free way with the support of expert coaches.
Corporate training for mental health should teach employees about common conditions, reduce the stigma around them, and educate employees on how to recognize signs of mental health problems in themselves and their peers.
Offering a wellness package for employees has become the new normal. While employee wellness programs have noble intentions, they tend to emphasize physical well-being and neglect the equally important area of mental health.