Author: Jess Maynard
Teen Mental Health is in Decline. Here Are 7 Ways Employers Can Help.
For busy, working parents, getting access to the right support to help their teen navigate a mental health crisis is an incredibly difficult task.
Here’s how HR leaders can help.
Online Therapy is Here to Stay. Here Are 5 Ways It Can Benefit Your Employees.
The need for mental health support is increasing, but access to therapists continues to be one of the greatest barriers to treatment. Online therapy removes this barrier and many others that are keeping employees from accessing the care they need. Here are five of the biggest benefits.
Workplace Anxiety: What It Is and How to Manage It
Soaring rates of workplace anxiety have become their own form of pandemic over the past few years. Here’s what People leaders can do to help employees manage it.
A Heavy Burden—HR Leaders and Emotional Exhaustion in the Workplace
60% of HR leaders say their biggest challenge is emotional exhaustion. Here’s how to prevent compassion fatigue, reduce burnout, and ask for more support.
Women Leaders Are Searching for Something Better. It’s Time to Proactively Retain Them.
Women leaders are switching jobs at the highest rate we’ve ever seen. Find out why, and how to retain them at your organization.
How to Share Bad News with Employees with Clarity and Empathy
Approaching tough conversations with empathy and clarity can help employees feel more supported. Here’s exactly how HR leaders can do this, while protecting their own mental health.
Silent Suffering: Addressing Domestic Violence Among Employees
Here’s how to recognize the signs, navigate suspected domestic violence situations in the workplace, and develop a domestic violence policy.
Coming Out in the Workplace: The Importance of Belonging and Psychological Safety
It’s National Coming Out Day. Here’s how to make sure your LGBTQ+ employees feel safe coming out at work, and exactly how to support them when they do.
The Nuances of Quiet Quitting: Employee Mental Health and Workplace Conditions
Quiet quitting is a time-honored employee response to poor working conditions, toxic workplaces, stagnating wages, and worsening mental health, reconfigured during a new post-pandemic era. But the root of this trend isn’t what you may think.