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The Heart of the Workforce: How to Support Essential Workers

Rewatch our conversation with Maria Dee from Kaiser Permanente and Mitch Martens from Huntington Health as we discussed the role of essential workers—inside and outside the health care sector—and how all employers can take lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to support the well-being of this critical faction of the workforce.

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The Friendship Factor: Healthy Relationships for Modern Work

Over the past three years, our work experiences have required immersive learning and constant adjustment to develop healthy employee relationships, community, and culture amidst loneliness and burnout. As we settle into these new dynamics, we’re rediscovering the meaning and method for developing the healthy relationships and connected cultures that are sustaining our workforce. Join us…

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State of Fertility & Family Benefits Fireside Chat

Meeting global challenges with better family health care: Key takeaways from Maven’s latest research Between COVID-19, layoffs across industries, and a shifting reproductive health environment, it’s been a tough year for benefits leaders and employees alike. You know you need to help employees and their families through this tumultuous time, but it’s hard to balance…

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WELCOA Special Event – New Research: Best Practices in Workplace Wellness

WELCOA partnered with the Returns on Wellbeing Institute on a research study of 20 organizations with exemplary employee wellness initiatives. Through interviews and analysis, the study identified several best practices that characterize the most effective workplace wellness initiatives. In this event, we will share key findings, hear from organizations that participated in the study, and provide insights on how you can achieve better employee and business outcomes.

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[Quick Guide] Advancing Health Equity: What Can You Do?

Health disparities directly impact the US health system by $57.5 billion annually and combined with systemic issues, health equity is a very lofty goal rather than a reality. The good news is that employers and their partners are in a unique position to advance health equity.

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[Quick Guide] Tips for Rising Up With Resilience When Life Knocks You Down

Life is messy and sometimes we get knocked down. Rachel Druckenmiller, Founder & CEO of Unmuted, shares tips for rising up with resilience when life knocks you down in this quick guide supplement to the WELCOA Pulse: I’m Still Standing – Rising Up with Resilience When Life Knocks You Down.

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[Quick Guide] Beneath the Surface: Why Mental Well-Being Is Critical in the Workplace

When a workplace fosters an environment of care and support for the overall wellness and mental health of its employees, the impacts can be significant. Use this Quick Guide for three ways employers can help with mental well-being in the workplace.

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Sample Assessment: Creating Psychologically Safe Workplaces

Do you think that your team is psychologically safe? Find out if your team is high, medium, or low on psychological safety with this assessment. Take time to consciously improve the psychological safety climate for your team today!

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[Quick Guide] Creating Psychologically Safe Workplaces

Psychological safety is a key mechanism that predicts numerous positive outcomes for employees and organizations. Use this Quick Guide to find out what psychological safety at work entails and how to take steps to creating psychologically safe workplaces.

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Well Workplace: Mental Health Toolkit

WELCOA and NAMI Chicago are pleased to partner and share what we have learned about the roles that Wellness and Mental Health play in the workplace with this Well Workplace Mental Health Toolkit. Use this toolkit to educate yourself, lead with vulnerability and compassion, and create a game plan using WELCOA’s 7 Benchmarks framework to create a workplace that nourishes employees’ mental health.

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