After the disruptions of the last year and a half, employers increasingly view workforce mental health as a business imperative rather than a “nice-to-have.” Get the latest data, insights, and best practices on workforce mental health trends heading into 2022.
Mental health is no longer a “nice-to-have” benefit. Over the past year and a half, the prevalence and severity of mental health conditions have surged, making mental health an imperative issue for HR teams to address. With 2021 coming to a close, HR leaders like yourself are urgently searching for actionable ways to prioritize mental health, combat burnout, and build a more resilient, inclusive workforce in 2022.
Join us as we review the top trends in Lyra’s 2022 Workplace Mental Health Forecast – a leading benchmark report informed by data from surveys of 1,300+ employees and HR leaders across the US. In this webinar, you’ll get an exclusive look into the insights derived from this unreleased report that you can use to build a 2022 mental health roadmap that sets your organization up for great success in the New Year.
You'll walk away with:
Director of Customer Success,
Program Chair and Host,
HR Technology Conference
CEO and Principal Analyst,
H3 HR Advisors
Lara is Director of Customer Success at Lyra, leading a team to ensure the voice of the customer is communicated across the organization. She is an advocate for Lyra's customers and is passionate about helping them achieve results. Lara brings experience in public health and value-based care, having previously led Customer Teams at benefits navigation and health plan administration organizations. Lara is a graduate of Miami University of Ohio where she studied Biopsychology and Neuroscience.
Steve Boese is the Program Chair and host of the HR Technology Conference, the leading global event for the HR Technology Industry, and a technology columnist for Human Resource Executive Magazine. Additionally, Steve Co-founded H3 HR Advisors Inc., and is a frequent author and speaker on Human Resources, HR Technology, and the workplace. He also created and co-hosts the popular podcast the “HR Happy Hour Show”, which is the most downloaded Human Resources podcast since its inception in 2009, in 2017 launched the “HR Happy Hour Show on Alexa”, the first Human Resources podcast for Amazon Alexa-enabled devices, and in 2020 began co-hosting the “HR Happy Hour WORK BREAK” daily live vlog.
As the CEO and Principal Analyst at H3 HR Advisors, Trish McFarlane brings over 20 years of experience as a HR executive, VP of Global HCM Product Management, and HR analyst and influencer. Her industry experience in Big 4 public accounting, PR, healthcare, manufacturing and IT all play into her strength strategically advising her clients. She’s guided large enterprise, mid-size and small organizations on HR strategy, product strategy and innovation, and marketing plans. For over a decade, she has been an author on the HR Ringleader blog (www.trishmcfarlane.com) and co-host of the popular HR Happy Hour podcast. In 2018 she became a host of the HR Happy Hour on Alexa and in 2020 host of the WORK BREAK! Vlog.