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The State of Workplace Mental Health: 2023
Mental health in the workplace affects nearly everyone. When employers support mental well-being, workers are healthier and more successful and lead better lives. Unfortunately, many employees struggle with mental health and feel like they aren’t receiving enough support from their organization. While mental health challenges in the workplace can feel pervasive, there are many ways employers can support their team members. Join Health Links™, along with local and national experts, to learn more about how to support mental well-being at your workplace.

In this webinar, you will learn:
• The state of workplace mental health in 2022/2023
• Best practices from small and large employers who focus on workplace mental health
• How the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) community is impacted by workplace mental health

CHES®, CIH, CPH, CSP, SHRM credits are available

May 17, 2023 11:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Taylor Adams
Director, Workplace Mental Health @Mental Health America
Taylor Adams is Mental Health America’s (MHA’s) Director of Workplace Mental Health who spearheads MHA’s efforts on its Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health national employer recognition program and its annual Mind the Workplace reports. Her previous work was focused on suicide prevention, and she brings this experience to support companies in evaluating and refining policies to support staff in their mental health journeys. Mental Health America (MHA) - founded in 1909 - is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.
Craig Kramer
Mental Health Leader
Craig Kramer is co-chair of the UN-affiliated mental health innovation working group and the US National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention Previously, Craig was Mental Health Ambassador for Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest comprehensive healthcare company. In that capacity, Craig chaired Johnson & Johnson’s Global Campaign for Mental Health, which worked with partners around the world to transform mental health care by raising awareness, reducing stigma, promoting research, improving access, and ensuring better patient outcomes. Key initiatives included an international advocacy network, a “global fund” for research, and a world leaders’ coalition to champion proven, scalable reforms, including “next-in-class” workplace mental health practices. Craig held a variety of positions in global corporate and government affairs at Johnson & Johnson and worked as a lawyer in the U.S. Congress, a Washington, D.C., law firm, and an international human rights organization.
Richard Taylor Jr.
Mental Health Advocate
Richard TaylorJr. Is on a mission to be a voice of love, reconciliation & healing for his generation and the generations to come. His high-energy motivational youtube series “Getting Over The Hump," World renown podcast “Between The Dream” and 5 best-selling books have quickly positioned him as one of the fastest-growing speakers in the US. Richard’s story of overcoming morbid obesity, depression, suicide, failing in college, and domestic abuse has struck a change within people from different walks of life. His message breaks cultural boundaries and challenges biased social norms. Richard inspires the masses to tap into their inner potential to create the change they want to see.