Tag: mental health issues

Development & Evaluation, Engagement

CHROs eye new well-being benefits for 2024 amid declining engagement

March 28, 2024

Via: HR Dive

Workers, contending with cascading crises in the broader world, want more support from their employers in the form of well-being benefits, according to MetLife survey data published earlier this month. Financial well-being support and mental health support are particularly needed, […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee development

Quiet Quitting: What Does it Really Mean and Is It a Good or Bad Idea?

November 2, 2022

Via: HR Hero

This summer, Zaid Khan’s Tik Tok video about quiet quitting launched a viral debate about what the term means – and whether it is a good or bad idea. From Khan’s perspective, “You’re still performing your duties but you’re no […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

Returning to the Office More Than Just Calling People Back

September 2, 2021

Via: HR Hero

When COVID vaccines rolled out months ago, employers and employees alike began looking forward to getting back to the office, where they could once again work alongside coworkers instead of isolated in their homes. Even though the delta variant has […]

Workplace wellness

Taking on Mental Health Challenges Post-Pandemic

July 27, 2021

Via: HR Hero

Until relatively recently, companies that focused meaningfully on their employees’ mental health were few and far between. Employees who struggled with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or other mental health issues were largely expected to manage those issues outside of work […]

Workplace wellness

Mental Illness and the Workplace

August 2, 2019


Like most firms, tech company Buffer has a variety of Slack channels. It’s doubtful that many have one that replicates Buffer’s conduit for employees to discuss their mental health issues. That’s where founder and chief executive Joel Gascoigne posts about […]