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WFH—Grief, Guilt, and the Loss of the Water Cooler Chat

Impromptu conversations are what 43% of employees miss most while working remotely. Other losses like work/life boundaries, in-person connection, and even the commute can easily lead to disengagement and burnout for your fully remote and hybrid employees.

Here are six ways to redefine today’s workplace in a way that reduces stress while boosting productivity and overall wellbeing.

What It’s Like to Live and Work with Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Anxiety disorders affect 1 in 5 adults every year, and people leaders are the frontline for supporting employees.

Jared is sharing his story because he doesn’t want anyone else to live through anxiety and panic attacks at work without guidance and support.

Why Investing in Mental Health Pays Off

The importance of mental wellness in the workplace has never been more salient, but the process of evaluating all the options out there can be overwhelming. So, we’re breaking down how to find a solution that is worth it and proven to work for your organization.

How Innovative EAPs Break Down Barriers to Mental Health and Drive Up Utilization

Is your EAP working? Typically, only 2% of employees use traditional EAPs offered by employers. Discover why innovative EAPs have dramatically higher utilization and are the future of mental healthcare.

What I Wish HR Leaders Knew About Schizophrenia: A Therapist’s Perspective

With the right role, people with schizophrenia can contribute greatly to an organization’s success, just like any other employee. Here are a few key things that HR leaders need to know.

Children’s Mental Health Crisis: How Employers Can Support Families

Over half of working parents in America reported missing work or being interrupted at work to deal with their child’s mental health issues.
There aren’t many easy-to-access therapeutic resources for parents whose children are struggling. That’s why it’s so important for employers to offer support.

Roe v. Wade: Supporting Employee Mental Health

The reversal of Roe v. Wade had an immediate impact on the mental health of women all over the U.S. and the effects will continue for years.

People leaders are an important resource for employees to lean on as they navigate the new post-Roe landscape: for information, for company support, and for emotional support.

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  • 10 Mental Health Tips for Times of Change

    Investing in your employees’ emotional wellbeing pays off, leading to 25% fewer missed work days and a 24% increase in productivity. Here are 10 tips to share with your organization to help them boost their mental health—and for you to put into practice, too. 

  • Sleep, mental health, and workplace wellness — Webinar recap

    During our webinar on sleep and workplace wellness, sleep expert Dr. Lauren Hale discussed how HR and leaders can help their employees get a better night’s rest and improve workplace well-being. 

  • 6 Productivity tips for working from home

    Because working from home is here to stay for many employees, HR departments will increasingly find it necessary to advise employees on best work-from-home practices. These tips can help with remote worker productivity.

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  • Level Up Your Benefits with KAYAK & OpenTable

    During our recent webinar, Adam Chekroud, PhD, President and Co-founder of Spring Health spoke with Sophie Gelsthorpe, Chief People Officer at KAYAK & OpenTable about how to effectively provide mental health support on a global scale.

  • Inflation Anxiety: How Employers Can Support Teams

    Financial stress is often kept secret, so how can you help if you don’t know who’s struggling?

    During our April webinar, we talked about how to recognize the signs of inflation anxiety, provide support, and offer the right resources to improve financial wellbeing. Here are the key takeaways.

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  • WFH—Grief, Guilt, and the Loss of the Water Cooler Chat

    Impromptu conversations are what 43% of employees miss most while working remotely. Other losses like work/life boundaries, in-person connection, and even the commute can easily lead to disengagement and burnout for your fully remote and hybrid employees.

    Here are six ways to redefine today’s workplace in a way that reduces stress while boosting productivity and overall wellbeing.

  • What It’s Like to Live and Work with Anxiety and Panic Attacks

    Anxiety disorders affect 1 in 5 adults every year, and people leaders are the frontline for supporting employees.

    Jared is sharing his story because he doesn’t want anyone else to live through anxiety and panic attacks at work without guidance and support.

  • Why Investing in Mental Health Pays Off

    The importance of mental wellness in the workplace has never been more salient, but the process of evaluating all the options out there can be overwhelming. So, we’re breaking down how to find a solution that is worth it and proven to work for your organization.

  • How Innovative EAPs Break Down Barriers to Mental Health and Drive Up Utilization

    Is your EAP working? Typically, only 2% of employees use traditional EAPs offered by employers. Discover why innovative EAPs have dramatically higher utilization and are the future of mental healthcare.

  • What I Wish HR Leaders Knew About Schizophrenia: A Therapist’s Perspective

    With the right role, people with schizophrenia can contribute greatly to an organization’s success, just like any other employee. Here are a few key things that HR leaders need to know.

  • Children’s Mental Health Crisis: How Employers Can Support Families

    Over half of working parents in America reported missing work or being interrupted at work to deal with their child’s mental health issues.
    There aren’t many easy-to-access therapeutic resources for parents whose children are struggling. That’s why it’s so important for employers to offer support.

  • 10 Mental Health Tips for Times of Change

    Investing in your employees’ emotional wellbeing pays off, leading to 25% fewer missed work days and a 24% increase in productivity. Here are 10 tips to share with your organization to help them boost their mental health—and for you to put into practice, too. 

  • Spring Summit 2022: Transforming Mental Health for Families

    To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, we held a three-day Spring Summit that featured conversations and content centered around the tools you can use to increase your resilience. Here are the key ideas from these conversations. 

  • Ukraine Invasion: Prioritizing Your Mental Health Amidst War

    The war in Ukraine is weighing heavily on many of us. We hosted a livestream event with clinicians and experts in the field of war-related trauma, focusing on how to better manage your mental and emotional health. Here are the key takeaways.

  • How Sleep Affects Mental Health

    Find out how company leaders can help employees manage their sleep concerns for both personal health and the health of the business.

  • Worker’s Guide to Beating the Holiday Blues

    Feeling a little blue in the winter months is common. Between the stress of the holidays, increased demands at work, and less daylight, it’s normal for people to experience changes in mood. In fact, 60% of Americans feel stressed during the holiday season and 47% of Americans are stressed about their finances this time of […]

  • Supporting Mental Health in an Unequal World

    How to participate in World Mental Health Day 2021: Mental Health in an Unequal World, at the workplace and beyond.

  • Level Up Your Benefits with KAYAK & OpenTable

    During our recent webinar, Adam Chekroud, PhD, President and Co-founder of Spring Health spoke with Sophie Gelsthorpe, Chief People Officer at KAYAK & OpenTable about how to effectively provide mental health support on a global scale.

  • Inflation Anxiety: How Employers Can Support Teams

    Financial stress is often kept secret, so how can you help if you don’t know who’s struggling?

    During our April webinar, we talked about how to recognize the signs of inflation anxiety, provide support, and offer the right resources to improve financial wellbeing. Here are the key takeaways.

  • The Cost of Likes: How to Support Employees and Their Families Struggling with Social Media

    Social media is impacting your entire family—whether you’re using it or not. Learn about its impact on mental health and how to break the unhealthy cycle.

  • Ukraine Invasion: Prioritizing Your Mental Health Amidst War

    The war in Ukraine is weighing heavily on many of us. We hosted a livestream event with clinicians and experts in the field of war-related trauma, focusing on how to better manage your mental and emotional health. Here are the key takeaways.

  • Eating Disorders: How HR Leaders Can Support Employees and Their Families

    8-minute read Our recent webinar explored how HR professionals can spot the signs and symptoms of various clinically significant eating disorders, and ways to approach and support someone who is struggling.  This topic is personal to each of our panelists, who have all suffered from an eating disorder.  After a decade-long battle with various eating […]

  • How General Mills Is Embracing Mental Health

    Key takeaways from The Conference Board’s Annual Employee Health Care Conference featuring a conversation between Chris Brunson, VP of Total Rewards at General Mills, and April Koh, CEO and Cofounder of Spring Health. 4-minute read We’re entering into our third year of a pandemic that has brought mental health to the forefront of HR and […]