The National Institute of Mental Health says nearly one in five U.S. adults has some form of mental illness. Even those who don’t may be struggling with emotional distress from the current pandemic. That makes employee mental health a critical issue for your workplace.
Providing help can benefit both your employees and your bottom line: estimates show every dollar spent addressing mental health disorders returns four dollars in healthcare savings and improved productivity.
To develop more robust and effective mental health policies, join BambooHR for a free webinar, “How to Make Employee Mental Health a Priority.” Don’t miss this important event filled with proven tips and insights, coming Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 10 am Pacific. Experts from BizLibrary and meQuilibrium will answer key questions, including:
SVP, Director of Content and Integrative Health Coach at meQuilibrium
Alanna is a health and well-being expert who helps people build their resilience and coping skills, bringing about long-term change in their health, wellness, work performance, and the full spectrum of their lives. As meQuilibrium's Director of Content, Alanna is particularly focused on making the powerful sciences of resilience and cognitive behavioral therapy accessible and understandable for all people. She is passionate about how technology can support the development of new habits and behavioral changes that enable people to thrive. Alanna is also a Duke-trained integrative health coach with special training combining eastern and western modalities. Alanna combines her resilience expertise and coaching abilities to train individuals, groups, and leaders and making transformational change.
Director of Talent Development & Culture at BizLibrary
Libby loves helping employees realize their maximum potential. Libby has over 25 years of experience in Education, Training, and Business Consultation, both in the Higher Education realm and the Business Sector. Building positive partnerships, solving business challenges creatively, and developing the strengths in others are what make Libby tick. She is a fervent writer, an experienced public speaker and is most passionate about life-long learning.