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What World Mental Health Day means to these top HR leaders

Executives at Marriott, UpWork and other organizations marked the day by speaking up about their own needs and those of their workforces.

Want to support vets this Veterans Day? Hire them.

HR needs to understand who veterans are, what they need and what the organization can do to help.

5 things to know about mental health in the workplace

In recognition of World Mental Health Day, here's how employees are faring and how organizations are responding.

‘The ultimate HR act:’ These lessons from 9/11 remain relevant today

Two decades later, HR leaders are dealing with a different, more disruptive crisis but one that is also testing what it means to address employee needs. 

Race, culture and mental health—how DEI can unlock change

The time is now for listening to the diverse needs of employees.

Taking telehealth to the next level

With COVID-19 as an accelerant, digital healthcare delivery solutions are on the rise, serving as a tool for boosting employee morale, productivity and even...

Number of the day: pandemic PTSD risk

Employees are still reeling from the effects of COVID-19 and still need mental health support, new data finds.

ComPsych CEO on employers’ mental health efforts: ‘It’s never enough’

Richard Chaifetz talks about what’s going right—and wrong—with organizations’ work and the programs they provide employees.

How Moderna is helping its workers while they help the world

Since early in the pandemic, Moderna employees have been taking care of the world. Here’s how the biochem company is taking care of them—for COVID and beyond.

The 5 biggest themes of the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference

From mental health to more openness in the office, here is what was discussed at HBLC.