Getting employees access to high-quality mental health care is essential. Breaking down stigma is the next step.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way that companies approached mental health care for their employee populations. With many companies still supporting a hybrid or entirely remote workforce, it’s more important than ever for employers to be considering employee morale and mental health. But with so many apps and digital solutions on the market targeting employee wellness and mental health, it can be hard to understand where to start. And once you have a mental health solution in place, reducing stigma and encouraging open discussion around mental health is key to long term progress.
Hear how Snap Inc. built a workforce culture with mental health as a key pillar and their journey to finding a comprehensive mental health solution for their population.
Senior Manager, Benefits
Global Well-Being Manager
Partnerships Territory Director
Rahab is the Senior Benefits Manager at Snap Inc. She joined Snap in 2016 and leads the overall strategy and design for all benefit programs related to health and well-being. Her goal is to build a culture and community that empowers and equips team members to improve the quality of their lives and make their well-being a top priority.
Jackie is the Global Well-Being Manager at Snap Inc. In this role, she’s responsible for leading initiatives to empower a happy and healthy workforce with a holistic approach focusing on physical, emotional/mental, financial, social/community and career well-being. She also focuses on initiatives related to international benefits, preventive health, benefit education, Open Enrollment/Benefits Renewal, parental & caregiving benefits and DEI/ERGs. Prior to Snap, Jackie worked in Benefits at Red Bull and at the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Jason Abrams is a Partnership Territory Director at Lyra Health where he leads the Enterprise Partnerships team. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and daughter. Jason is also on the Board of Directors at the Berkeley Humane Society, a non-profit animal welfare organization serving the Northern California region.