Why a disjointed approach to mental health is failing to deliver

Why a disjointed approach to mental health is failing to deliver | Mercer

Why a disjointed approach to mental health is failing to deliver

Recorded: 28 November 2017

  • Overview
    • Given the increasing efforts by employers to address falling health levels and, in particular, the increase in those experiencing mental health issues, there is still a worrying disconnect between how senior leaders think employee mental health is being supported and the true reality of the support for those on the ‘shop floor’.

      Webinar topics
      • Destigmatising and normalising mental health in the workplace.
      • The importance of organisational data to driving change.
      • Developing clear mental health pathways.
      • Treating employee wellbeing as a whole – not addressing physical or mental health in isolation.
      • The eight dimensions of wellbeing.
      • Creating a culture of health.

  • Why attend
    • In this webinar we will address why the focus on employee mental health must shift from disconnected tactical solutions to joined-up strategic solutions.

  • Who should attend
    • Senior HR, Compensation & Benefits Professionals

  • Speakers
    • Dr. Wolfgang Seidl, Partner and Workplace Health Consulting Leader, UK and Europe, Mercer, London
      Paul Hollingdale, UK Growth Leader, Mercer, London