As experts in workplace disruption, we know that personal disruption is usually more impactful to an employee than stress from within their work environment. We can no longer expect employees to set aside personal stress as they begin the workday, yet we still expect our employees to be professional, productive, and effective.
Personal disruption that shows up at work comes from an almost endless source, but at present we are seeing: the health concerns of an employee or their loved ones, financial strain, relationship challenges, grief, and trauma.
Regardless of the source, organizations can help to support their employees through trying times and mitigate the impact of personal disruption on business. Doing so is actually critical to employee retention, not to mention the businesses bottom line.
This event will explore ways that organizations can help employees that may be struggling with personal disruption.
This webinar will feature R3 Continuum Associate Medical Director, Dr. Tyler Arvig.
By attending this presentation, participants will learn:
- How to identify employees may be struggling with increased stress—while working in office or remotely.
- Tactics to help mitigate the impact of personal life stressors on business.
- Understand the impact that personal stress can have on burnout in the workplace.
- Ways that organizations can support those that are struggling with a personal life disruption.
With over thirty years of workplace behavioral health experience, our goal is to provide a better understanding of the importance of mental health in the workplace, while providing you with numerous resources and ways you can support your employees’ mental wellbeing.