Daniel Kimber
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Science-Backed Strategies For Managing Employee Mental Health

The ChallengeAt least 1 in 5 employees will experience a diagnosable mental illness and far more experience “sub-threshold symptoms” that are highly distressing and cause functional impairment (but don’t meet criteria for a diagnosis). Sadly, less than 1 in 30 employees receive workplace support for mental health, with HR managers often unsure about which strategies to implement, when and for whom. A recent review of the scientific literature provides evidence for the types of early…See More
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Daniel Kimber posted a blog post

Science-Backed Strategies For Managing Employee Mental Health

The ChallengeAt least 1 in 5 employees will experience a diagnosable mental illness and far more experience “sub-threshold symptoms” that are highly distressing and cause functional impairment (but don’t meet criteria for a diagnosis). Sadly, less than 1 in 30 employees receive workplace support for mental health, with HR managers often unsure about which strategies to implement, when and for whom. A recent review of the scientific literature provides evidence for the types of early…See More
May 17
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Company website/blog
http://uprise.co
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Mental health and wellbeing, employee engagement and performance
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche

Daniel Kimber's Blog

Science-Backed Strategies For Managing Employee Mental Health

Posted on May 17, 2017 at 13:00 0 Comments

The Challenge

At least 1 in 5 employees will experience a diagnosable mental illness and far more experience “sub-threshold symptoms” that are highly distressing and cause functional impairment (but don’t meet criteria for a diagnosis). Sadly, less than 1 in 30 employees receive workplace support for mental health, with HR managers often unsure about which strategies to implement, when and…

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