Level/Audience: HR & D&I 2.0
Presentation by: Pamela Malins
The issue of mental health, and creating mentally healthy workplaces has never been more important. Employers have a responsibility, and a business imperative, to ensure that they have the policies and procedures in place to ensure they are providing a safe place to deal with issues of mental health.
With this webinar, we will examine promising practices of how employers have been on the leading edge of mental health.
Please note that registration for the webinar will close at 4 p.m. ET, one business day before the event.
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