Behavioral issues such as depression and substance abuse are major drivers of disability, absenteeism and diminished productivity in the workplace. How can employers and their partners in the field of absence management take a more proactive and cost-effective approach to improve behavioral health and boost productivity?
On May 27 and 28, 2015, The Mental Health Program at The Carter Center will host The Productivity Summit: Improving Behavioral Health and Well-Being in the Workplace in Atlanta, GA, an invitation-only event where participants will discuss practical, new approaches to managing workplace behavioral health issues. Pacific Resources is proud to support the Summit.
Summit participants represent a wide range of stakeholders, including Fortune 1000 employers, absence management professionals and thought leaders from a range of fields including health promotion, corporate medicine, occupational health and behavioral health.
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