Thursday, April 15, at 12:00 p.m. CST
Everyone living through the COVID-19 pandemic can attest the disruptions to daily life have been stressful. Within the past year, we have abruptly changed how we work, play, socialize, and see our family and friends, while being subjected to a 24/7 news cycle bombarding us with news about the virus.
Our normal support systems–such as family, friends, and even co-workers–have been put at a distance. When we suddenly find ourselves isolated, we may cope with the stress in gradually more and more unhealthy ways without even knowing it. So how can you recognize these unhealthy habits and better yet–reverse them?
Join Dr. Samoon Ahmad, founder of the Integrative Center for Wellness, as he discusses the long-term impact that stress can have on one’s physical and mental well-being. He will provide tools that individuals can use to evaluate their own level of well-being, and give specific interventions that can reverse bad habits and help drive positive behavior change in their lives.
Thursday, April 29, at 12:00 p.m. CST
No one could have prepared for COVID-19, but we can capitalize on current trends to predict and plan for the future. As workplace dynamics continue to shift, employees are looking to their employers for more support, guidance, and benefits than ever before.
Many benefits leaders are focused on near-term crisis strategies and supporting current employee health challenges, but it’s critical to understand the possible long-term implications of this pandemic’s disruption to healthcare–informing the necessary changes to help your people protect their health.
To understand how you can optimize spend and maximize your plan to improve health outcomes, it’s essential to stay on top of the latest trends in employee health. In this webinar, experts from the Springbuk health strategy and data science teams will discuss trends concerning telemedicine utilization, mental health impact, and substance abuse changes they’ve uncovered from aggregate data spanning 4,000 employers.