HR News June 2022

  • Mental Health at Work Needs a Reboot

    Laura Putnam

    By recognizing mental health for what it is and tackling the issue from the outside-in, workplaces will be able to support their employees’ mental health. Supporting employees’ mental health will, in turn, reduce absenteeism, improve productivity and help workplaces attract and retain employees.

In This Issue

  • FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, June 2022

    Cara Woodson Welch

  • Mental Health at Work Needs a Reboot

    Laura Putnam

  • Engaging Millennial and Gen Z Employees in Workplace Safety | Younger Workers Are More Likely to Find Intrinsic Value in Safety

    Rachel Walla-Housman, CSP, CIH

  • We Are Writing a New Playbook for Work-Life Balance

    Kaitlin Kincaid

  • Want to Retain Top Recruiters? Institute a Be-Well Mantra

    Khaled Hussein

  • Looking for Simple Ways to Improve Employee Morale? | Provide Ongoing Education on Benefits and Incentive HSA Participation

    Kevin Robertson

  • To Build a High-Performing Team, Commit to a Shared Transformational Journey

    Richard S. Hawkes, MBA

  • MEMBER SPOTLIGHT, June 2022 | James “Jamie” Chism, MSOD, SHRM-CP, IPMA-SCP, Director, Human Resources, City of Winfield, Kan.

    IPMA-HR

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