Talking about mental health can be scary. What does mental health even mean? How do you start talking about mental health?
Talking about mental health in the workplace starts with you setting the example.
What perks do you think your employees want?
In 2019, common answers might be unlimited snacks and beautiful office views.
Suddenly, those things don’t matter anymore, and employees don’t care about them.
Employers are now forced to focus on what is truly important and what actually makes a difference for employees.
Spiritual wellness in the workplace is important to your overall health, even if it might initially sound a little ‘out there!’ Spiritual wellness refers to feelings of life having purpose and meaning. When we’re going through challenging times, spiritual wellness can help ground us in our values. It gives us resiliency, inner peace, and helps relieve stress — at work or at home.
SALT LAKE CITY – May 6, 2021 – Zenovate oversubscribed their $1 million Seed Round this past week. Angel investors from all over the country were excited to fund Zenovate’s new comprehensive employee mental health and wellbeing platform.
National Nurses Week is May 6 – 12, 2021. Our nurses deserve some much-needed love this week! They have worked so hard this past year to help those affected by the pandemic.
National Nurses Week started officially in 1993. It runs every year from May 6 – 12. Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, was born on May 12th, 1820 in Florence, Italy.
Here are 5 ideas to celebrate your life-saving, vitals-taking, game-changing nurses.
It is more common to think of the physical dangers firefighters face than the emotional or mental challenges. Firefighters find themselves under extreme levels of stress to protect others. Firefighters, just like every else, need to take care of their mental health so they can be at their best on the job.
Firefighter mental health resources can be very valuable – both with fighting the mental health stigma and helping firefighters get the support they need.
This International Firefighters Day, take some time to appreciate our firefighters and those that gave their lives to protect others. If you’re a firefighter yourself, get some insight into how you can take care of your own mental health.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affects millions of Americans nationwide and costs companies billions in health insurance and workers’ compensation claims each year. A typical recovery plan involves corrective surgery. But there are non-invasive solutions out there too, such as carpal tunnel massage, carpal tunnel stretches & exercise.
Learn what Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is, it’s causes and symptoms, and ways to relieve and avoid the pain of this condition.
We often push our internal struggles to the wayside. Unhealthy coping techniques are often used. Those that struggle with anxiety and depression often push away their feelings and thoughts – delaying much-needed healing.
Don’t push away those feelings anymore! Learn how to get to the root of mental health struggles like anxiety and depression with these problem-focused coping techniques.
If you care about turnover rates, company culture, absenteeism, productivity, and the bottom line, you should care about the effects of mental health in the workplace.
Mental health may be the most important workplace problem today.
According to the Psychiatric Times, mental health may cost the global economy $16 trillion by 2030.
Depression costs millions of lost workdays in the United States every year… 400 million.
Poor mental health is the culprit of high turnover rates and mass reductions in productivity.
Mental health is a taboo topic for many. But it shouldn’t be, because the impact on the bottom line is real.
The good news? The most common mental health struggles – anxiety and depression – are very treatable. As an employer, you are in a great position to help employees get the help they need.