The number of employees wanting to continue remote work post-pandemic is higher than expected. Although working from home has its perks, mental health is a concern for employers. Read more in the latest ValuePenguin article, which includes data from The Standard’s Behavioral Health Study.
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Getting a plan in action to proactively address workplace violence should be a top priority for employers HR teams. Dan Jolivet and Renae Hall share more with BenefitsPRO on how companies can support their employees, including harnessing an Employee Assistance Plan as a resource.
The correlation between work productivity and substance use has become more prominent since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant at The Standard, discusses the importance of companies to empower their employees to seek support for mental health and substance abuse issues. Read more in HR Dive's article.
ValuePenguin by LendingTree featured The Standard’s 2020 Behavioral Health Impact Update in their article on the increase in mental health issues amongst younger employees. Read more.
Workers across the nation are facing a mental health crisis. NBC featured The Standard’s mental health study in their article on mental health in the workplace.
“If you’re stressed out, anxious or feeling lonely, you are not alone.” CNBC featured data from The Standard’s 2020 Behavioral Health Impact Update, showing 46% of workers now suffer from mental health issues one year into the pandemic. Read more about the state of mental health in the workplace due to COVID-19.
Joel Mee, senior director of Retirement Plan Sales at The Standard, shares with @PlanSponsor the importance of plan sponsors partnering with providers utilizing data technology. Read more about how plan sponsors can avoid operational errors in retirement plans.
Workplace Possibilities Practice Consultant at The Standard, Dr. Dan Jolivet, shares with @Employee-Benefit-News the importance of employers recognizing and supporting employees dealing with substance abuse in the workplace.
Employers can proactively address employees' needs by offering solutions to mitigate current and potential financial risks. The Standard's Adam Aschoff explains how executive disability plans featuring individual disability insurance can offer beneficial coverage for employees.
COVID-19 has changed today’s workforce, creating an opportunity for employers to prioritize supporting employee behavioral health in the workplace. Dr. Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant at The Standard, explains in BenefitsPRO.