Stress affects all aspects of work. Our Well 2 Work White Paper presents the need for the Well 2 Work program by clearly identifying the impact stress and other factors have on productivity and employee well-being.
Workers in the US have always been stressed, anxious and depressed. With the explosion of COVID-19 in early 2020, workplaces and workers have changed. Here we have provided food for thought for those interested in learning more about COVID’s impact on our work lives.
During these new and challenging times statistics on mental illness have taken on a new meaning, as our communities try to understand both the short and long-term impacts of mental illness. In order to show everyone how greatly mental illness impacts our communities; we have included a broad range of statistics here that show the wide scope of these conditions.
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Well2Work provides virtual and in-person trainings to employers seeking proven ways to increase their employees’ productivity, engagement, empathy, and resilience.
The world is a very stressful place right now. Stress affects everyone. Whether you work in a hospital, on a job site, in an office, or as a manager your productivity falters when you are stressed. This stress also has a bearing on your work-life balance. Our Well 2 Work Videos provide you with an overview of stress and its effects on everyone’s work
Through custom and personalized trainings, Well2Work partners with leadership, middle managers, human resource departments, and employees in a variety of industries.
The result? Employers with inclusive and cohesive cultures, and less stressed employees who enjoy an improved work/life balance.
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Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana is a non-profit organization that provides information on mental health resources and educational programs, including Well2Work. Well2Work Solutions does not provide medical advice and is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. For an accurate diagnosis of a mental health disorder, you should seek an evaluation from a qualified mental health professional. If you feel you’re experiencing a potentially life-threatening problem, please call 9-1-1 or the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK(8255).