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Workplace Wellness in Our New Normal

Webcast—A virtual Industry Solution
December 1, 2020

Workplace Wellness in Our New Normal

Date: Tuesday, December 1 | Time: 10:30–11:30 a.m. PT/1:30–2:30 p.m. ET

Host: Tom Sullivan, EVP & Editor-in-Chief, Health Evolution

Discussion Leaders:
Jamie Kalamarides, President, Prudential Group Insurance, Prudential
Dr. Kristin Tugman, VP, Health & Productivity Analytics and Consulting Practice, Prudential

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world, and the workplace, forever. It has also exposed many of the cracks in our nation’s social and economic system such as widespread financial insecurity, a growing caregiving crisis, and mental health conditions – all of which are creating challenges for American workers and employers. This session will focus on the intersection of physical, financial and mental health in the workplace and how public policy and the private sector can advance workplace wellness in our new normal. What should employers focus on in 2021 to help their workforce stay productive and motivated as they manage the uncertainty and anxiety around returning to work, as well as workers’ increasing caregiving, personal finance, and mental health challenges? The pandemic has heightened awareness of the need for financial resiliency, but will it result in meaningful solutions to long-standing public policy issues such as paid family and medical leave?

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