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.
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General navigation vendors offer broad capabilities including benefits assistance, utilization management and care coordination. Many have evolved their services over time and others have just recently made service additions to their ecosystems.
What’s the value equation now for employers?
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Women in the workforce are facing unprecedented challenges to their mental wellness – juggling job pressures with new kinds of childcare and family issues, and grappling with recent restrictions on reproductive rights and worries about gun violence and personal safety.
Mental health solutions must respond to both individual needs and the challenges created by the world we live in.
Do your programs do enough to help women thrive – and not just survive?
As the final part of the 3 part series, 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.
No employer seeks to create disparities in the health benefits and healthcare services provided to Black Indigenous People of Color (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?
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.
Cancer is a traumatic experience not only for those cured or living with cancer, but also for family members, caregivers, friends and colleagues. All are “survivors” in the broad sense and vulnerable to fear, anxiety and depression, as well as feeling isolated and uncertain about the future.
How can you best support the mental health needs of cancer survivors in the workplace?
What kinds of programs are helpful in achieving the most favorable quality of life?