The pandemic has forced organizations to make a dramatic shift in how they approach employee mental health and the relationship between the work environment and employee well-being. A recent American Psychology Association study reported 71% of employees feel their employer is more concerned about mental health compared to pre-pandemic years. However, the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General found 76% of U.S. workers reported at least one symptom of a mental health condition and 84% stated their workplace conditions contributed to at least one mental health condition.
Recognize Mental Health Awareness Month with Limeade and join four authors with expert opinions and perspectives on the connection between mental health and well-being, personal resilience, communications and DEIB. Dr. Patti Fletcher, Chief Marketing Officer at Limeade and author of Disrupters: Success Strategies from Women Who Break the Mold, Sharon Fekete, author of The Broken Road to Mental Health: In Life and in Business, Morra Aarons-Mele, entrepreneur, mental health advocate and author of The Anxious Achiever, and Cynthia Kane, certified meditation instructor, communication expert and author of How to Meditate Like a Buddhist. They’ll discuss what it means for organizations that are prioritizing employee mental health and well-being as a business strategy.
Join this webinar to:
Care for your employees struggling with anxiety, depression, and stress as a manager
Create strategies to build a company culture that supports a mentally healthy workplace
The role of communication and self-awareness in maintaining healthy relationships and managing stress