Employees need high-quality mental health support at work. Here’s how to do it effectively, according to our guests Forrester Research and eBay.
Employees are facing unprecedented rates of anxiety, depression, and burnout. This translates into lost productivity and high healthcare costs for employers. The good news is that employers have the power to measurably improve employee health, helping them emerge from the pandemic with greater resiliency, according to a recent report from independent analyst firm Forrester Research.
Hear from our guest experts Rob Paczkowski, Senior Director of Global Benefits at eBay, and Arielle Trzcinski, Principal Analyst at Forrester, tips for building a resilient workforce, industry best practices, and recommendations to deliver the greatest impact on employee mental health.
In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn:
Senior Director of Global Benefits, eBay
Principal Analyst, Healthcare, Forrester Research
Rob Paczkowski has 28 years of experience in employee benefits. Specialty areas include health and welfare, wellness work/life, time off, international benefits and retirement benefits strategy, design and administration. Prior to eBay, Rob worked for several organizations, including most recently, Google and Capital One. Areas of focus include value-based health care/direct contracting, transparency efforts, data analytics and a comprehensive high-value health care strategy. In addition, Rob was an early pioneer in developing autism benefits and helping other employers implement those programs for their employees. Rob also has a passion for health care public policy and is active with the American Benefits Council and the PBGH policy group. Rob now lives in San Jose, California with his wife Connie and 14-year-old son Jason. Rob also has two adult daughters and two dogs named Tuff and Angus.
Arielle Trzcinski is a principal analyst at Forrester, serving digital business professionals in healthcare. Her research focuses on how healthcare organizations can leverage technology to become more customer obsessed and engage healthcare customers in new, innovative ways. Her areas of focus include digital health, virtual care, telehealth, telemedicine, patient and member experience, digital front door, healthcare analytics, and value-based care.
Prior to joining Forrester, Arielle worked at athenahealth, where she was responsible for the product strategy of athenahealth’s Population Health solution. Previously, she was a manager at Deloitte Consulting, serving healthcare clients through vendor selection, value-based care strategy development, and technology implementation. Arielle brings extensive experience in building and using technology and analytics to be successful in value-based care. Arielle is a frequent speaker at industry events and a regularly published contributor to industry journals and healthcare information technology news outlets. Arielle holds a BS in health management and policy and a BA in communication from the University of New Hampshire.