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Date: October 28, 2022
InsuranceNewsNet has published an article featuring Dan Jolivet, Workplace Possibilities practice consultant at The Standard. The article highlights a session he co-presented at the 2022 LIMRA Annual Conference regarding the impact “deaths of despair” have on the life insurance industry.
News Organization: InsuranceNewsNet
Date: October 28, 2022
Paid Family and Medical Leave and Paid Family Leave laws vary across states, which can be difficult to keep track of. In HR Daily Advisor, Jessica Bolar, product manager at The Standard, and Samantha Reed, senior statutory business consultant at The Standard, share tips and best practices to manage the ever-changing landscape of PFML and PFL.
News Organization: HR Daily Advisor
Date: October 27, 2022
“An engaged workforce is one of the best combatants to presenteeism, and a manager has a significant impact on an employee’s engagement level.” In a new HR Daily Advisor article, Brenda Smith, senior director, Workplace Possibilities at The Standard, shares some tips for managers, employers and HR professionals to help reduce presenteeism in the workplace.
News Organization: HR Daily Advisor
Date: September 16, 2022
In BenefitsPRO, Dan Jolivet, Workplace Possibilities practice consultant at The Standard, shares five reasons why employers should prioritize employees’ mental health and reevaluate their benefits packages.
News Organization: BenefitsPRO
Date: September 15, 2022
Debra Villar, manager of disability management resources, and Brenda Smith, Workplace Possibilities senior director at The Standard, highlight how employers can increase the awareness of employees’ mental health benefits in BenefitsPRO.
News Organization: BenefitsPRO
Date: June 23, 2022
In a new episode of the Mental Health for Leaders podcast, Dr. Dan Jolivet, Workplace Possibilities SM consultant at The Standard, shares what skills HR professionals and leaders need to better support employees at work and elevate the overall employee experience.
News Organization: Mental Health for Leaders
Date: May 5, 2022
A new Forbes article includes information from The Standard’s Behavioral Impact Update, highlighting the importance of creating a productive working environment where employees can thrive.
News Organization: Forbes
Date: May 5, 2022
“The apparent disconnect between what employers are providing and what employees expect feels greater than ever before.” Brenda Smith, senior director of Workplace Possibilities at The Standard, shares her insight in an BenefitsPRO article on how employers can improve their recruitment and retention practices to increase productivity and keep employees engaged during The Great Resignation.
News Organization: BenefitsPRO
Date: March 22, 2022
A new The Washington Post article details options employees suffering from long COVID should consider to help them perform their job. For employees with more subjective symptoms, Dr. Charles Glassman, associate medical director at The Standard, suggests consulting with major medical centers to make a credible case for a workplace accommodation.
News Organization: The Washington Post
Date: March 1, 2022
Improving mental health has become more important than ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. A new Entrepreneur article, which includes data from The Standard's Behavioral Health Impact Update, highlights the importance of leaders being physically and psychologically sound and strategies to help boost their mental and emotional wellbeing.
News Organization: Entrepreneur
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