Enhancing Employee Mental Health and Wellness Benefits
In partnership with FromDayOne
  • Samanntha DuBridge, VP, Benefits, Culture and People Experience - Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Marielaine Yepes, VP, HR - NBCUniversal
  • Meredith Habersfield, Founder, CEO - ThinkHuman
  • Corrinne Hobbs, General Manager and Vice President of Employer Markets - Ovia Health
  • Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza, Journalist, Contributing Editor - From Day One
The statistics show an epidemic of anxiety, depression, and other emotional burdens in the workforce, raising the stakes for employers. What is the latest thinking in how they can respond, not just in treatment but in prevention? How can they identify the stressors in how workers are managed, look for early signs of strain and illness, and create a support network of innovative care providers?

Listen to this panel to hear speakers explain the unique stressors facing working parents, what benefits can specifically help those employees experiencing perinatal mood or anxiety disorders while returning to work, and how employers can offer the deepest, and most all-encompassing benefits to support and delight their employees and medically supported dependents.

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