May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and with the public health crisis of COVID-19, there is no time like now to discuss the stigma associated with mental health. And, as always, if you or a family member needs help, reach out to the NFDA Work/Life Resource Program (EAP) for support. The Work/Life Resource Program is a benefit of your NFDA membership.
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How Proactively Supporting Employee Mental Health Can Have a Positive Effect on Organizational Efficacy
Tuesday, May 18, 11:55 a.m. CT
According to the World Health Organization, employers that promote mental health and support their employees are more likely to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity, and benefit from associated economic gains.
By attending this webinar, you will:
- Recognize the various approaches to supporting mental health in the workplace.
- Discuss the benefits to the overall organization when formal programs are implemented.
- Have the ability to recognize key signs that an employee may be struggling with mental health
Click here to register through the NFDA Work/Life Resource Program.
Working in this profession can be challenging professionally and personally. If you need advice on how to better manage stress and care for your health and well-being so you can always be your best, whether you are meeting with a family or spending time with your own loved ones, the NFDA Work/Life Resource Program (EAP), brought to you by Beacon Health Solutions, can help.
The Work/Life Resource Program is a confidential source of support available at no charge to NFDA members and members of their immediate family. Services include a hotline you can call for advice and referrals and a helpful website with articles, webinars and more.
- Counseling Services: Talk one-on-one with an experienced, licensed counselor for support with stress management, relationship issues, work/life balance, substance use, and more. You can access a counselor at no charge up to three times each year (face-to-face, video chat or by phone, whichever is most convenient).
- Work/Life Services
- Education services: get referrals to local education resources including preschools; public and private schools; tutors and test preparation; financing; and continuing education.
- Convenience services: get local help with issues such home maintenance and repair; pet care; relocation; community volunteering; and more.
- Financial Services: get information and referrals related to saving for college; debt consolidation; mortgage issues; estate planning; general tax questions; retirement planning; family budgeting; and more.
- Legal Services: get guidance and referrals to local legal experts on subjects like divorce; landlord and tenant issues; real estate transactions; wills and power of attorney; civil lawsuits and contracts; identity theft recovery; and more.
Life is never easy, but you don’t have to go it alone. We want the very best for you. Visit www.nfda.org/worklife for more information about the confidential services available to you and your immediate family.