Sleeping For Better Mental Health: Results of a Sleep Improvement Program at The Hartford
2017 Post Forum Webinar
2017 Post Forum Webinar
2017 IBI Post Forum Webinar Series: How can an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) help in decreasing absenteeism and sick leave? How can an EAP help reduce the risk of litigation? Given that many...
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Learn how mental illness and job stress may affect your employees, their performance and your business.
IBI’s newest study shows that unsupportive workplace climates –where employees perceive unsafe working conditions, low respect and trust, poor variety and learning and high workload – are...
IBI presented findings on behavioral health and business-related outcomes at the Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s Workplace Wellness Summit.
IBI presented findings on the costs of behavioral health issues for a gathering of employers at Castlight’s Enterprise Healthcare Summit.
On May 19th, IBI Executive Vice President Dr. Kim Jinnett was a panelist in a Live Twitter chat moderated by PCORI on mental health.
IBI provided a comparison of the productivity impact of depression, anxiety, and diabetes in a presentation to the Silicon Valley Leadership Group at the 2014 Workplace Wellness Summit.
This article brings together insights from our own and others’ research on workforce mental health and work outcomes.
Little is known about the influence of poor health on employees’ exits from paid employment (including disability leaves, becoming unemployed and early retirement). This review finds that ...
The San Francisco Giants uses an in-house employee assistance program to allow for quick interventions when physical or emotional problems arise.
The largest county in Minnesota addresses depression and stress during the 2008 financial crisis.
Employers need to ensure they are using effective managerial practices to support improvements in well-being and health-related outcomes. Positive supervisory leadership has the potential to...
Work-related stress can often result in poor employee performance, high absenteeism, productivity loss and health care costs for treating a variety of distress-related conditions. How effective ...
Does providing employees more flexibility over their own time (work time control) result in improved job performance, health/well-being and a variety of other work-related outcomes?
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