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Raw emotion: How can HR help after racially motivated shooting?

The shooting in Buffalo, which police have determined was a hate crime, has left many employees drained or worse, experts say.

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.

Number of the day: Talking mental health with HR leaders

'The fact that 80% of American workers don’t feel comfortable talking about mental health with HR is a borderline public health crisis,' one industry insider says.

Ginger Zee on why HR needs to step up on mental health

The ABC chief meteorologist and mental health advocate tells 'HRE' that companies play a crucial role in getting employees the help they need.

Can new labor models improve the mental health of employees?

Less static staffing models in industries like healthcare could reap benefits for both employers and employees.

Is social health key to improving employee mental health?

ERGs, networking events and volunteering initiatives can strengthen employee mental health, a MetLife representative said at Wednesday's HBLC.

Weathering the storm: Ginger Zee talks mental health in the workplace

The ABC chief meteorologist and mental health advocate opens HBLC with a focus on talking about and treating employee mental health.

Ukraine and Russia: What is HR’s role?

Amid the conflict, employers are feeling a mandate to act by boosting communications, mental health efforts, charitable programs and more.

Mental health, addiction go hand in hand—and COVID is making both worse

Employers have a role to play in talking about and treating the problem, says HBLC speaker Cheryl Brown Merriwether of the International Center for Addiction and Recovery Education.

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