Sustaining Employee Health & Engagement in the Post-Pandemic Reopening
Re-Engaging Patients and Employees Post-COVID-19: Episode 4, Featuring Lirio and Clayton Homes
While business as usual is now obsolete, many organizations are carefully navigating a reopening for their business and employees. One of the critical objectives is helping their employees come back healthy and engaged in the face of significantly heightened levels of stress and anxiety. Many employers have recognized the impact of workplace presenteeism and absenteeism, expanding access and benefit offerings to support mental health. Almost 60% of employees fail to take advantage of mental health resources made available to them by their employers, and most people take 8-10 years from first symptom to initial treatment of mental health issues. Supporting employees in managing mental and preventative health in a post-COVID world will be critical to business continuity and sustained productivity.
Join us for a discussion with Eric Evans, VP, Corporate Human Resources at Clayton Homes and Lirio CRO Michael Becker as they discuss the challenges of communicating and supporting employees in the deluge of critical information needed to ensure a safe reopening environment. How can businesses account for the new mental and physical state in elevating key resources, and connect with employees where they are?