Bayless Integrated Healthcare is as invested in the health of our community as you are in your employees. This includes behavioral health, which is fast becoming the number one concern for employers.
Currently, employees are feeling the additional stress brought on by physical distancing, isolation and working from home during the coronavirus pandemic. It’s important to address these concerns and the many other behavioral health needs of your employees. By proactively offering employee health resources, employers can invest in the health of their company one employee at a time. A healthier workforce has been shown to increase engagement, productivity and morale. To assist you with this challenge, we are offering our Virtual Employee Wellness and Counseling program.
When your employee calls, or goes online, one of our wellness coaches will be available to listen to their concerns about how stress is affecting their wellbeing. This is including but not limited to mental and emotional healthcare, relationship challenges, nutrition and healthy eating, smoking cessation, physical activity, sleep, alcohol and drug use. After listening to their concerns, a wellness coach will work with your employee to develop personalized goals and a plan for wellness success. These actionable plans and availability of our wellness coaches will provide your employees consistent support and help them to meet their wellness goals.
The World Economic Forum projects mental health disorders alone will cost the entire world $16.3 trillion by 2030.
Depression and anxiety have a significant economic impact; this number is approximately $100 billion in the U.S.
For every $1 put into scaled up treatment for common mental disorders, there is a return of $4 in improved health and productivity.
$200 million worth of workdays are lost due to mental health conditions each year.
Though 60% of employees face a mental health issue in any given year, nearly 60% never discuss it at work due to looming stigmas around mental health.
86% of employees say a company’s culture should support mental health.
Along with PCCN, Dr. Andrea Raby and Patricia Dobratz discuss the unique challenges faced by healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. Even before the pandemic, healthcare workers feel responsible for caring for others and often put their own care to the side. Adding in the compounding factors of home life (relationships, finances, etc) in addition to job burnout, this is a recipe for mental and physical health ailments. Bayless and PCCN review ways to spot problems early, how to speak with your significant other about your needs and stressors, and when to seek professional help.
Our Virtual Employee Wellness and Counseling program will give employees the quality of care they deserve with the convenience to plan around their work schedule. Through Bayless’ whole-person approach, your employee’s wellness will be looked at from every possible angle, mind and body.
For more information about the Virtual Employee Wellness and Counseling program, call 623- 233-8300 or email email@example.com.
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