With employee wellness and mental health top of mind for HR and business leaders alike, this article shares insights about employer legal obligations when managing mental health conditions at work.
HR Tech 2022 was all abuzz last week with HR professionals eager to collaborate in-person again. This article explores key themes coming out of the conference.
Lowering health care costs and prescription drug expenses and making more affordable coverage possible are among employers' top future health care reform priorities, according to a recently released study.
In this 60-minute webinar, Sharon Rennert discusses how to address and accommodate employees with mental health disabilities under the ADA.
Over half of of working women said they plan to leave their employers in the next two years, particularly those in nonmanagement and middle management roles, according to a recent report, with one out of 10 actively looking for a new role now.
Leading practice guidance discussing the issues that employers need to understand to foster a mentally healthy workplace.
Leading practice guidance discussing how employers can support employees experiencing poor mental health and manage absence and return-to-work issues related to mental health conditions.
Returning to work after a mental health absence can be very difficult for an employee. HR and managers should ensure that a person in this situation feels comfortable and does not face unrealistic demands on their return. An action plan can help the employee transition back to work successfully.
Burnout impacts employee productivity and mental health within and outside of the workplace. This resource explains what burnout is and its negative effects, and provides steps employers can take to help prevent burnout in an organization.
With the right support, employees with ADHD can be high performers and make valuable contributions in a variety of workplaces, according to HR expert and podcaster James Davis, but many organizations struggle to identify and meet the needs of these individuals.
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