While the pandemic has impacted so many peoples’ lives, there is hope. The sheer number of people struggling with mental health challenges now may lead to an easing of the stigma often associated with these issues. In this special webinar, our panel will present insights to help everyone thrive in the new workplace. We will […]
Workplaces today are more diverse than ever before. Having a variety of genders, cultures, sexual orientations, ages, opinions, and experiences brings new perspectives, innovative ideas and out-of-the-box thinking. No matter what the element is that makes someone diverse, every individual in the workplace wants to feel that they belong, their unique talents matter, and their individual […]
May is a time to raise awareness about those living with mental or behavioral health issues and to help reduce the stigma so many experience. Most people can name lots of ways to measure physical health. Mental health is harder to define. We know what it’s like to be happy, sad, angry, or content. But […]
IBH is a proud supporter of May Mental Health Awareness Month. This is a time for all of us to prioritize mental health and acknowledge that it’s okay not to be okay. Whether challenges are big, small, or non-existent, let’s join together in our community to raise awareness and support each other. Most people can […]
While many of us are looking forward to transitioning our lives and returning to the office or worksite, these new changes may bring feelings of uncertainty about new protocols to keep ourselves, families, and co-workers safe. Anticipating changes with work or family routines may also cause feelings of stress, anxiety, burnout, or depression. With so […]
Daily obligations and responsibilities often have a way of taking over our lives. With busy workdays and balancing time between your children’s activities, finding time to take a break and be alone may seem like an impossible task. However, this alone time is very important and can help you to feel rejuvenated and contribute to […]
Healthy eating is especially important for keeping your immune system in top condition. Here are some steps you can take to eat healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Minimize Trips To The Supermarket + Eat Healthy Plan Ahead. Visualize breakfast, lunch, and dinner for at least 5 days. Consider the foods your family likes and the […]
The world has been noticeably different this year. There’s been a notable rise in stress and anxiety amid the pandemic and social unrest, and those concerns continue to evolve as we ask, “What’s Next?” It’s hard to predict how our day-to-day lives will change and how big and small businesses alike will recover. The anxiety […]
An employee assistance program is a benefit that is offered to employees to help manage a variety of potential challenges that might affect job performance. There are many benefits of providing an EAP to employees, including increased productivity, low costs compared with the potential gains and a high ROI.
Behavioral health describes the connection between the health and well-being of the body and the mind. This can include a variety of areas – everything from eating habits to drinking habits to exercise and various mental health challenges. Behavioral health can extend to psychiatric conditions, marriage and family counseling, and addiction treatments.
Regardless of what type of business a company operates, understanding occupational health and having a program in place are key to reducing overall health costs, improving productivity and ensuring a safe workplace.
Employees are facing many challenges, including family issues, financial concerns, relationship problems — and even mental illness or substance abuse issues. These challenges have a direct impact on the happiness of employees and a company’s bottom line. Employee assistance program (EAP) counseling is designed to help employees manage personal and workplace challenges.