The tech industry has historically been ahead of the curve when it comes to innovative benefits to support workforce mental health. Now, as companies find themselves in the midst of a mental health crisis exacerbated by a global pandemic, leading tech employers are responding with a renewed commitment to invest in employee behavioral health. Tech employers’ high awareness of workforce mental health needs is encouraging, since offering mental health care and support can mean health care cost savings, higher employee retention, and a happier, more resilient workforce.
How can HR and benefits teams in tech turn their awareness into a fully fledged mental health strategy that works for your employees’ unique needs? We’ve got you covered with a proven framework and expert recommendations to get it done, from better understanding the issues your employees face to building a business case and putting your solution into action. Hear from Clinical Director of Partnerships Joe Grasso and Facebook Mental Health Program Manager Clare Miller to learn how leading tech companies are crafting mental health strategies that make a measurable difference for their people.
In this webinar replay, you'll learn:
Mental Health Program Manager, Facebook
Clinical Director of Partnerships, Lyra Health
Clare joined Facebook in September 2017 as the [email protected] Mental Health Program Manager for Facebook. She leads the company’s mental health strategy and programs as part of employee benefits, called [email protected] [email protected]’s mission is take care of Facebookers while their bringing the world closer together.
Clare was previously the director of the Center for Workplace Mental Health at the American Psychiatric Association (APA). Before joining the APA, Clare was the manager of the Center for Prevention and Health Services at the National Business Group on Health, and prior to that, she was the director of public policy for Mental Health America, a national mental health advocacy organization.
Joe Grasso, PhD, is the Clinical Director for Partnerships at Lyra Health and a clinical psychologist by training. At Lyra he consults with employers on mental health strategy and leads the development and delivery of Lyra's educational content. Prior to joining Lyra, he conducted research at the Department of Veterans Affairs and managed the rollout of a national training program for mental health providers.