Employee Mental Health & Wellbeing: Strategies to Create a Thriving Workforce

LIVE WEBINAR – January 26 | 1:00 – 2:00 PM CT

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Given the unique and incredibly stressful events that we’ve endured this past year and continue to experience, it’s no surprise that cases of anxiety and depression have tripled since the start of the pandemic. 

As we look into the New Year and beyond, employers are taking stock of what is currently available to support their employees, and trying to maximize engagement and value from those resources, as well as looking for new ways to get employees the help they need, when they need it.

In this webinar, our mental health experts will discuss industry best practices and innovations in benefits and workplace culture for improving employee mental health and emotional wellbeing, including:

  • Mental Health's Impact to the Workplace
  • Resources to Support Your Workforce
  • Benefit Plan Designs
  • Wellbeing and Cultural Strategies to Maximize Efforts


lacey mccourt picJim Pajauskas
Benefits Consultant
CBIZ Employee Benefits


lacey mccourt picLacey McCourt
Engagement and Wellbeing Consultant
CBIZ Employee Benefits


lacey mccourt picPatrick Lynch
Client Service Director
CBIZ Employee Benefits

Employee Mental Health & Wellbeing Webinar

HRCI Credit: This activity has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hour toward aPHR™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through the HR Certification Institute. The program ID number verifying completion of the webinar will be emailed after the session (allow several days). NOTE: To ensure we can track your attendance so you receive the program ID, register using your email address and sign in using that address on the day of the webinar. (If you are in a conference room and/or otherwise use someone else's sign-on information, your attendance will not be recorded and the program ID cannot be issued.) YOU MUST ATTEND THE WEBINAR FOR THE FULL HOUR TO RECEIVE THE PROGRAM ID. More on certification or recertification at HRCI at www.hrci.org.