Mental Health in the Workplace: Three Practical Communication Tips


How the working world thinks and talks about mental health has improved immeasurably over the past several years. Discussing mental health in the workplace was once stigmatized. Now, finally, it’s coming out into the open. Culture Behavioral Health Workplace Mental Health


Three Simple Tips to be a More Effective Manager


Managers play a valuable role in the productivity and retention of their teams. It isn’t always easy to manage a team, especially now that many managers are tasked to lead remote or hybrid teams.

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Suicide Warning Signs in the Workplace


Reviewed by Patti van Eys, Ph.D. After the pandemic, we, as a nation, began to talk about mental health openly, honestly and with compassion.

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It’s Not Just Burnout: HR Is Experiencing Compassion Fatigue


HR teams have been the “invisible first responders” of the last year and a half, supporting employees through numerous crises. Unfortunately, the effects of the past year have left HR teams feeling stressed and emotionally exhausted.

Capitalizing on Today’s Employer Landscape: Implementing a Competitive Ancillary Benefits Strategy

Speaker: John-Paul Macedo, Business Consultant at CoAdvantage

In this webinar with HR business consultant JP Macedo, you will gain knowledge, tools, and takeaway resources that you can put into practice for your employees. This session will transform how you approach benefits options in your organization and provide important insight into why ancillary benefits help retain quality talent.

6 Ways To Improve Employee Engagement & Mental Health in the Workplace


Employee mental health issues are rising, and COVID-19 presented unprecedented challenges in workers’ professional and personal lives. American workers have seen a 45% spike in COVID-related mental health issues.

How Innovative Leaders are Preventing Burnout at Work


Burnout has become a common occupational phenomenon in 2021. Even before the pandemic began, addressing burnout was considered a top priority for companies, and now leaders cannot ignore it.

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How Mental Health Training in the Workplace Supports Your Ongoing HR Efforts


Table of Contents. What Is Mental Health Training in the Workplace? Why Is Mental Health Training Important in the Workplace? What Are the Key Benefits of Mental Health Training in the Workplace? How Does Workplace Mental Health Training Influence Company Culture?

Why Managing Mental Health Matters in a Return-to-Work Plan


As we emerge from the pandemic with promising vaccination rates, organizations are instituting return-to-work plans to get their employees back in the office. For human resource leaders, a return-to-work plan is essential to restoring aspects of company culture like collaboration and engagement.

Navigating Conflict in the Workplace: Ongoing Challenges in 2021


Workplace conflict is inevitable—and it’s certainly nothing new. Employees with different personalities and communication styles working toward a common goal are bound to encounter conflict in any organization. employees spend an average of 2.8

Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template

When it comes to benefits, communication is critical. To help you easily explain your offerings at open enrollment, Paycor created an open enrollment sample letter (and a few tips). Download this free Employee Open Enrollment Letter Template today.

The Costs of Presenteeism and Absenteeism in the Workplace


Employers have long been concerned about absenteeism’s impact on workplace productivity. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted an equally important but previously overlooked challenge: presenteeism.

How Prioritizing Employee Well-Being Boosts HR's Recruitment Efforts


Attracting talent comes with new challenges these days for HR professionals. The pandemic initiated a massive shift in the workforce, with 4 million Americans quitting their jobs in September 2021. As a result, the number of available jobs is at a record high. Culture Leadership

The Benefits of Mental Health Training in the Workplace


Employee mental health concerns are at an all-time high— according to a recent report by Pathways, 9 out of 10 employees are concerned about burnout. For most HR professionals, this doesn’t come as a surprise.

The True Cost of Employee Financial Stress: Signs HR Should Look For


Since the pandemic began, HR teams have become keenly aware of how employee stress can dramatically impact the workplace. The challenges brought on by COVID-19 changed how we work and how human resources support employees.

The Changing World of HR: Prepare Your HCM for the Future

Speaker: Mark Stelzner - Founder & Managing Principal at IA

Join Mark Stelzner of IA as he discusses how to optimize your current HCM system and the opportunities for new tech.

ABA Well-being Pledge: Addressing Attorney Mental Health


The American Bar Association (ABA) has made strides to improve lawyers’ mental health and reduce substance use in recent years. Culture Behavioral Health Leadership

How HR Can Improve Mental Health and Productivity in the Workplace


Right now, HR professionals are more focused on employee well-being than ever before. The new normal provided a fresh perspective on how employee mental health shows up in the workplace.

Masking Your Feelings at Work and the Toll it Takes


Medically Reviewed by. Patti van Eys, Ph.D. Jack-o-lanterns, costumes, candy, masks–everything Halloween is here in all of its ghostly, witchy and pumpkin-spicy glory! It’s a time of spooky celebrations and way too many sweets, but the masks we put on once a year come off when trick-or-treating ends. For some, the masks are worn 24/7, 365 days a year…and it takes its toll.

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Overcoming Diversity Challenges in the Workplace by Supporting Mental Health


The racial injustices of 2020 profoundly impacted corporate Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion investments (DEI.) In June, DEI-related job postings increased by 55%, and chief diversity officer hires increased by 51% by October. Wellness Culture

Reframing the Way We Work: How to Take Advantage of Disruptions

Speaker: Stela Lupushor, Founder, Reframe.Work Inc.

The work world is changing faster than ever before. How can we future-proof the organization we work for or with, our team’s impact, or our personal ability to continuously transform and upskill? In this exclusive webinar, Stela Lupushor will help you navigate this new reality.

Compassion Fatigue vs. Burnout: How To Tell The Difference & Spot The Signs


As we head into year three of the pandemic, burnout and compassion fatigue continue to rise. The past two years have introduced new demands on employees, both at home and in the workplace, and work-life balance has never been more critical.

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Building Emotional Intelligence for HR Leaders in Today's Post-COVID Landscape


Stress and anxiety have long been on the upswing in U.S. organizations over the last several years. However, COVID-19 conditions have increased and accelerated employees' burnout and mental health concerns due to workplace conditions. Leadership

6 Ways HR Can Maximize the Impact of Training on Employee Retention


Employee retention is both a challenge and a priority for HR professionals right now. As of June 2021, the US hit a record of 10.1 million job openings, leaving plenty of options for workers. Many Americans are leaving their current positions in search of better compensation, better benefits.

30+ Employee Mental Health Statistics Every Business Leader Should Keep in Mind in 2022


The events over the past two years have fundamentally changed the U.S. workplace. Leadership


What You Really Need to Know to Build an Effective Global Hiring Strategy

Speaker: Carrie Corbin, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Hope Leigh Marketing Group

Join Carrie Corbin, Global Workplace Executive, Strategist, and Consultant, for this discussion on some of the most common questions around building a global hiring and attraction strategy.

4 Ways HR Can Promote Trust and Communication in the Workplace


For over a year, HR leaders have focused on supporting employees amid massive changes to how we work. As most employees have settled into the new normal of work, their concerns and expectations have changed.

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How HR Teams Can Identify, Prevent, and Help Depressed Employees


Depression among U.S. employees has risen steadily over the past few years. According to recent data from Pathways , over 70% of employees showed concern with depression in Q4 of 2020. Additionally, researchers from Boston University found that the depression rate has tripled among U.S.

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Workplace Mental Health: The True Cost to Employers


Employee mental health has only recently become recognized as a crucial aspect of organizational health and performance. In the last two years, employers have become increasingly concerned with the risks and costs of poor employee mental health.

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Contemporary Issues in the Workplace: HR Challenges in 2021


Our lives have changed considerably recently— and so has the workplace. Shifts in work environments have led to adjustments significantly impacting how we work. At one point, we wondered when we would return to normal, but now, we’re adjusting to a new normal. Culture Leadership Burnout

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The Empowered Workforce: A Human-Centric Approach to the Employee Experience & Retention

Speaker: Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer at Lighthouse Research & Advisory, and Felix Eichler, co-founder and CTO of Userlane

As Yoda is known to say, "Do or do not, there is no try." Join Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer at Lighthouse Research & Advisory, and Felix Eichler, co-founder and CTO of Userlane, for this insightful discussion on meeting talent where they are and creating empowering experiences.

How HR Can Promote a Culture of Well-being


Company culture is the most important factor in any organization’s performance— it encompasses the shared values, expectations, and attitudes held by team members that influence how they do their jobs every day.

How HR Can Drive Employee Engagement in Wellness Programs


It’s no secret why HR invests so much time and money into wellness programs. Beyond the positive effect on employees’ personal health, wellness initiatives can save organizations considerable spending.

Leading With Empathy: 4 Tips to Improve Workplace Mental Health


Leading with empathy is how emotionally intelligent leaders cultivate trust, rapport, and loyalty among their team members. Emotionally intelligent leaders practice empathy to better their company culture and employee experience. A high degree of empathy isn’t just a “nice thing to have.”

5 Ways HR Can Improve Work-Life Balance and Employee Engagement


Our always-on culture makes it difficult to manage work-life balance. But human resources departments know how important work-life balance is to employee engagement. Creating harmony between our personal and professional lives allows us to be more engaged in both realms of our lives.

10 Ways to Keep Your Hourly Employees

Getting and keeping hourly workers is no longer as simple as offering them more cash. Employees have options. But this guide from Paycor will help you put your best foot forward to recruit, retain, and develop hourly workers so you can remain competitive.

HR’s Guide to the Effect of Job Stress on Employee Performance


Stress has always been present in the workplace. HR teams know that most employees experience job stress at some point in their careers. However, new challenges and recent changes to the way we work and live have increased employee stress.

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Build Team Trust to Drive Employee Mental Health and Performance


Trust is vital to building and sustaining an effective team in any work environment. Trust in the workplace fosters a corporate culture where people feel safe with their colleagues.


Critical Incident Stress: How to Help Employees Cope Long-Term


A critical incident is a traumatic event in the workplace that leaves employees feeling stressed and overwhelmed. A wide range of situations can be qualified as critical incidents, ranging from a fire in the workplace to a mass shooting in the community.

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How to Support Employees Dealing With Psychological Trauma in the Workplace


Amidst the pandemic, the definition of workplace trauma and the psychological implications are expanding. Workplace trauma is the psychological stress that results from experiencing a traumatic event at work. It can happen after a one-time event like witnessing death at work or a natural disaster.

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How to Improve Team Effectiveness & Reduce Workplace Stressors Through Exceptional Culture

Speaker: Galen Emanuele - President, Shift Yes LLC

Having a great workplace culture increases engagement and performance, yet many leadership teams lack the tools they need to successfully develop one. In this webinar, you will receive guidance on how to adapt your workplace culture and improve your employee experience.