PER Human Resources – September 2021

 

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Strategies to Maintain Workplace Wellbeing and Mental Health

According to the WHO, approximately 264 million people suffer from depression with many of these people also suffering from symptoms of anxiety. A recent WHO-led study estimates depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy $1 trillion each year in lost productivity. Workplaces promoting mental health and supporting employees are more likely to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity, and benefit from associated economic gains. Read on for 5 ways employers can ensure the wellbeing and mental health of their employees.

Question: How can employers improve workplace productivity? Read on for 8 easy-to-implement strategies. FEDERAL / ALL STATES Delta Air Lines Charges Unvaccinated Workers $200 Monthly Surcharge Developments on Various States Biometric Legislation Tougher E-Verify Enforcement is on the Horizon White House Announces Nursing Homes Risk Losing Funding Unless They Mandate Vaccinations STATE UPDATES CALIFORNIA: Vaccine Verification and Testing Mandated for CA School Workers ILLINOIS: Illinois Amended Victim's Economic Security and Safety Act for Greater Employee Protections Illinois Appellate Court Rules in Favor of Transgender Employee Bathroom Use MASSACHUSETTS: Boston Mandates Indoor Face Coverings for the 1st Time During COVID OREGON: Oregon Mandates Vaccination of Healthcare Workers PENNSYLVANIA: Pennsylvania Appellate Court Affirms State Medical Marijuana Law Provides Private Right of Action Pittsburgh Expands COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave

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