Here’s a fast and easy way to understand what the newest info on the pandemic means for you and your employees.
From infection risk and safety measures to the outlook for vaccines and treatments, NEBGH’s medical director breaks it all down for you.
Each Monday at 1 PM – it’s appointment viewing!
Pursuing and celebrating diversity in the workplace is a worthy goal. But it’s not enough. Organizations must change themselves to fit all people and create a culture of inclusion and belonging.
No employer seeks to create disparities in the health benefits and healthcare services provided to BIPOC populations. Nonetheless, health outcomes are worse for these employees - the result of bias and racism embedded in our systems. How can employers become allies in the move toward health equity?
This facilitated roundtable is a safe environment for employers to discuss what we’ve heard in the previous sessions. Let’s examine our assumptions, discuss lessons learned and identify actions we can take to move forward in a positive way.
At home or at work, at school or not, life is more complex now than ever.
New options like children’s pods, nanny sharing and homework helpers exist, alongside more traditional subsidized childcare programs.
How best can parents – and your entire workforce – benefit from family support offerings?
COVID-19 has hit BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities especially hard. The murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor have thrown into stark relief the systemic racism that exists in all corners of society. Individuals of color have suffered from the trauma and daily indignities of racism every day of their lives – including at work. As we confront the mental health impacts of these challenging times, how can we best support our colleagues of color?
How are two global companies – IBM and Denmark-based Novo Nordisk – supporting employees’ mental health during COVID-19?
What role are managers and senior leadership playing?
And what’s a “Work from Home Pledge?”
We’ll also hear the latest guidance from APA’s Center for Workplace Mental Health Foundation on how employers can be most effective during this challenging time.
Isolation and social distancing can put people at greater risk for using alcohol and drugs in unhealthy ways. Stress and anxiety may also be a factor in relapse for those already struggling with addiction.
How can employers tell who’s in trouble in a work-from-home environment? What types of support might be most helpful?
Serious complications and deaths from childbirth are on the rise in the U.S., and women of color are disproportionately affected. Purchasers can take steps to improve outcomes for their employees.
The 32BJ Health Fund analyzed its own claims data to assess cost and quality variation for maternity care at hospitals in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan region, and developed a high-value network for its 168,000 members in the region. The new network launches July 1.