Shaping the Future of Work: Enhancing Mental Health in the Workplace Virtual Live Event

Shaping the Future of Work: Enhancing Mental Health in the Workplace Virtual Live Event

Wed, 10/06/2021 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

 

Join a live conversation about the role of employers in creating supportive and psychologically safe workplaces. Co-hosted by PBS & Mental Health America, this is part of the discussion around the Future of Work. 

COVID-19 has put mental health front and center for organizations as the safety of employees becomes paramount to survival. New research is indicating that employees are putting in more hours than ever, experiencing burnout and exposure to added stressors such as finances or the inability to separate personal and professional commitments and roles. These shifts and changes are pushing employee well-being up the ladder of corporate priorities.

This presents a significant challenge for leaders. Keeping in mind the responsibility to create the conditions for people to do their best work, they are grappling with questions of how to can they strategically invest in mental health, provide mental health resources, train managers, and mold their cultures to help employees navigate the future of work.

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This conversation is based on the PBS documentary series, Future of Work, which explores how the world of work—and the American Dream—is changing. This event will feature clips from the documentary’s accompanying digital series, which examines how the current economic and health crises are impacting long-term employment trends for entry-level and early career workers.

Watch Future of Work, a three part series, airing on WXXI & PBS September 1 at 10pm, September 8 at 10pm , and September 15 at 10pm 




  • WXXI Education

About WXXI Education's American Graduate Work

WXXI has been part of the national American Graduate over a number of phases. During the past several years, WXXI has collaborated with regional partners to advance education and career readiness in the region by building awareness of career pathways to attain “good jobs.” WXXI has produced over 30 local content videos focused in-demand career sectors that require training beyond high school but less than a four-year degree to get started in the field. 

WXXI's American Graduate work emphasizes:

• Thousands of in-demand jobs that go unfilled in our region
• Accessing careers through training, apprenticeship, professional certificates,
associates programs, and on-the-job training
• Sharing inspiring stories of how people found their career pathway
in our region and how individuals can get started pursuing a career and continue to learn
• Connecting to resources to research new career options
• Local hands-on career events, industry tours, career days and job fairs
• Connecting with career counselors at educational sites and one-stop job centers and workforce resources to make connections for students

• WXXI connects schools, libraries, out of school programs, parents, youth and young adults with career exploration resources in the region that are free to all such as: 

Learn More About: WXXI Education | WXXI American Graduate



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