Are your employees struggling with mental health challenges? Do you lack the tools to support injured employees as they return fully to the workforce?
Our new eBook - Strategies for Combating Mental Health Challenges in Injured Employees - is the resource you need. A guide for employers and carriers looking to help employees address mental health challenges and return safely to work, the eBook helps leadership-level executives adopt a person-first approach to worker concerns.
In the first of a four-part podcast compliment to the Mitchell | Genex | Coventry thought leadership eBook, Strategies for Combating Mental Health Challenges in Injured Employees, Mariellen Blue, Tammy Bradly and Nikki Wilson, delve into why these problems still exist and the impact it has on our industry.Read full transcript
In part two of our mental health podcast series extra for the Mitchell | Genex | Coventry thought leadership eBook, Strategies for Combating Mental Health Challenges in Injured Employees, we ask Tammy Bradly and Mariellen Blue if addressing mental health in the initial assessment and throughout the claim can actually have a positive effect on claims management.Read full transcript
In part three of our series on mental health’s impact on workers’ comp, we’re going to look at the psychosocial effects the pandemic continues to play on our society and how post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has become a term used more often in our industry. Joining me today are our experts, Nikki Wilson, Tammy Bradly and Mariellen Blue.Read full transcript
There’s a heightened awareness in our industry on how psychosocial factors impact an injured employee’s recovery. But what’s the best way to approach and address these issues when a one-size-fits-all solution doesn’t work? In the fourth and final installment of our mental health in comp podcast series, we ask Nikki Wilson and Tammy Bradly to share best practices to help solve the mental health puzzle in comp.Read full transcript