Cancelled – How We Pave the Way for a New Mental Health Culture in Companies
We regret to inform you that we must cancel the program session due to an unexpected illness.
Let’s talk about Mental Health! Because although itis still widely stigmatized, it is one of the central topics for companies and employersand a main pillar of the New Work movement.According to recent studies, the number of days missed from work due to mental health issues has reached a new and sad high, increasing by nearly 50 percent over the past decade.Mental Health issues on the job can have various origins: Over-and under-demand,a poor work climate, lack of flexibility or appreciation, ongoing pressure –only to name some of them.But how can employees recognize mental health issues and what can companies and employers do to prevent them from occurring in the first place? In Germany, the Occupational Health and Safety Act has included the prevention of mental health risks since 2013. This shows in black and white that companies have a duty to protect the mental health of their employees. Yvonne Gröbbels, Director People & Culture at ZEAL, New Work enthusiast and mental health advocate, reveals how companies can promote the mental health of their employees and discusses with Philip Bayer-Sekula from KKMCorporate HealthGmbH what a modern working environment that promotes mental health should look like. *Please note: Session in German language.
Three Key Take-Aways:
1.The number of Mental Health Issues in the work environment has increased by almost 50 percent in the past ten years.
2.Companies are legally obligated to protect the mental health of their employees.
3.With just a fewsimple steps, companies can promote the mental health of their employees and avoid Mental Health Issues