Mental Health

Quiet Promotion, Quiet Hiring, Quiet Firing: More Workplace Trends

I wrote a blog about quiet quitting back in August, so my ears perked up when I read about MORE quiet workplace trends: quiet promotion, quiet hiring and quiet firing…. Read more >

Four-Day Workweek: Pros, Cons and Implementation

As employers do more to support employees’ mental health and work/life balance, the four-day workweek has become a front-runner among evolving workplace considerations. In this competitive labor market, the marked… Read more >

Employer Support for Caregivers

September is World Alzheimer’s Month, and the focus of this year’s month-long awareness campaign is the importance of support for people living with dementia and their families. Employers can take… Read more >

Quiet Quitting: What to Know About the Latest Workplace Trend

What Is Quiet Quitting? It’s been hot in the headlines and dominating social media scrolls over the past few weeks—quiet quitting. A viral TikTok video popularized the concept in July,… Read more >

How to Support Mental Health in Your Workplace

Earlier this year, I experienced a mental health crisis. I spent five nights at an in-patient program. This was followed by over six weeks at a partial hospitalization facility, which… Read more >

A New Demand for Workplace Wellness Programs As Employees Struggle

Workers faced new or heightened challenges to their physical, mental and financial well-being over the COVID-19 pandemic, and many of those challenges are still lingering. Workplace wellness benefits were forced… Read more >

8 Ways to Support Employees With Mental Health Challenges

As Mental Health Awareness Month (in the U.S.) continues, we’re sharing strategies and approaches to help leaders respond to employees with mental illness in a psychologically safe way. When employees have… Read more >