“Myths Surrounding Mental Health at Work”
With guest speaker Hayley Hughes, PartnerWell Practice Leader, TPG
February 7, 2024
Doors at 3:30 p.m.;
presentation at 4 p.m.–5 p.m.;
happy hour ’til 6:30 p.m.
240 E. 32nd St.
Garden City, ID 83714
The American Psychological Association reports that two out of five employees say that work negatively affects their mental health. Demystifying mental health can help break the stigma and create a culture that encourages people to seek help and support when they need it.
Join your local TPG team and several members of leadership for this presentation, followed by networking and socializing.
Who Should Attend:
The content will be relevant for human resources leaders and executives who want to learn more about supporting mental health at work, in an effort to improve or stabilize the overall health and productivity of their employees.
What You Will Learn:
Find out how to support your employees, which is crucial for employee wellbeing and organizational success. This is an ongoing process that requires commitment and engagement from both employers and employees. For instance, some people believe that it’s not okay to talk about mental health at work or believe mental health challenges are permanent. However, these are misconceptions. It’s important to be aware of these myths and to take steps to address them. This presentation will provide tangible insights on what you can do about it.
Hayley Hughes LMHC, CN, CWPC
PartnerWell Practice Leader for The Partners Group
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