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Mental health in 2022: forecasting trends and creating proactive strategies

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The pandemic has not only upended the way we work–it’s forced a reckoning over the need to support workforce mental health. Over the past year and a half, the prevalence and severity of mental health conditions has surged, affecting individual employees and entire organisations. Amid the ongoing disruptions of the pandemic and the ‘great resignation’, […]

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The pandemic has not only upended the way we work–it’s forced a reckoning over the need to support workforce mental health. Over the past year and a half, the prevalence and severity of mental health conditions has surged, affecting individual employees and entire organisations. Amid the ongoing disruptions of the pandemic and the ‘great resignation’, employees have increasingly come to expect support, resources, and understanding for their mental health needs in the workplace.

As organisations across industries continue to adjust to the ‘next normal’ of work in the year ahead, with workforce mental health increasingly seen as a key priority, what are the key strategies to overcome future obstacles?

In this webinar hosted by HRD Connect and Lyra Health, you’ll discover:

  • Insight into 2022’s key mental health trends, based on new data from professionals and HR leaders
  • Organisational strategies and actionable tips to ensure workforce mental health is properly addressed
  • Why focussing on workforce mental health can strengthen an organisation in challenging conditions

Watch On-Demand Here

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