If you permit a working environment in which this “wall of shame” could exist, you might be the worst employer of 2019.
Tag: health care
A new book helps assess previous miscalculations and move ahead rather than stubbornly hold on to stigmas from the past.
No hangover should ever require an overnight stay, continuing treatment of three or more days, or a regimen of supervised continuing treatment.
Varying laws between states are causing companies to rethink their benefits.
A recently released report forecasts how much employer medical costs will rise around the globe and shares the major medical conditions and risk factors in each geographic area.
Benefits programs don’t necessarily treat physical and mental health care equally. With more focus on workplace mental health, that may be slowly changing.
That ADA accommodation lesson cost an Atlanta distributor of industrial supplies $75,000 to settle an EEOC lawsuit.
A recent study shows the leading cause of our country’s mental health crisis is a lack of access to mental health services. It’s time for FMLA to cover licensed professional counselors as health care providers.
The numbers are stark and scary and show a nation in the midst of a mental health crisis. What can employers do to recognize and mitigate this employee suicide risk?
Unless you have a legitimate reason to hunt for prescription medications that could impair an employee’s ability to safely perform their job, the risks of the test severely outweigh any benefits to gain.