13 May, 2020 | (01 hr)
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COVID-19 has had a sudden and dramatic impact on our collective mental health. Feelings of isolation, parenting and family concerns, financial stress, and health-related anxieties are manifesting globally. To better understand how employers should think about these changes, we surveyed full-time U.S. workers about their mental health during this pandemic.
This webcast will offer key considerations for employers as they plan for the long-range impacts of COVID-19, including:
- How COVID-19 is impacting stress levels and productivity;
- How are the experiences of COVID-19 contrasting around gender;
- Employee perceptions of their employers' mental health-related response
- Employee reception of virtual care delivery
Who Should Attend: Mid-to-senior level HR, Rewards, Benefits professionals and healthcare consultants/brokers who would like to understand COVID-19-related mental health changes in the workforce and how to address them.
Justin Hunt, M.D.
As a board-certified psychiatrist, Dr. Justin Hunt takes a structured and evidence-based approach to medication management and psychotherapy. He has a Master of Science (MS) focused in Health and Health Care Research from University of Michigan and received his medical degree and general psychiat...Full Bio
Nicola Kamath is passionate about increasing access to behavioral health services. Nicola brings 15 years of product marketing experience in healthcare and technology, from Castlight Health to Microsoft and Amazon.
Nicola holds a BS in Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-C...Full Bio
Gregg Mauro joined The Conference Board in 1998 as a portfolio manager and program director. He founded and chaired The Conference Board's Employee Health Care Council, Tax Executives Council, Working Groups on Consumer Driven Health Care, Employee Wellness and Human Capital Management. Sin...Full Bio