Reducing stress to improve well-being

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The blurred lines between work and home life can really add to employee stress.1

In fact, 3 out of 4 employees cite stress and burnout as one of their biggest well-being challenges at work.2 Here’s how Spring Health provides a more modern approach to help them work through it – and help prevent it in the future.

Learn how to make mental wellness a priority

Though organizations’ investments in mental health resources have increased over the past few years, the positive effects have not yet been felt,3 perhaps because what they’re providing isn’t sufficient. In this webinar, speakers from Spring Health address:

  • Key components that make up an effective mental and behavioral health solution.
  • Guardian’s latest partnership with Spring Health and how it can help support employees’ mental health.
  • How to help create a supportive, stigma-free work environment.

 

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Disclaimer

1

Work and Home Life Stress Source: “16 employee burnout statistics HR leaders should know.” Spring Health. December 14, 2020. https://springhealth.com/16-statistics-employee-burnout/.

2

Stress and Burnout Source: The Conference Board, October 2021

Mental wellness benefits discussed herein are provided by Spring Care, Inc., d/b/a Spring Health (“Spring Health”), 251 Park Avenue, South, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10010. Spring Health is not an insurance benefit. Insured products are offered by The Guardian Life Insurance Company, New York, N.Y. (“Guardian”) which has a financial interest in Spring Health. Spring Health may not be offered through Guardian in all states. Guardian® is a registered trademark of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, New York, NY. ©Copyright 2022 The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America.

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