Exploring the NIOSH Total Worker Health Approach for Healthier, Happier Work
AuthorChosewood, L. Casey
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DescriptionWork conditions influence employee health and well-being, including mental health. Work conditions determine risk for injury, illness and disability. Work decides our wages, which are often strong predictors of health. Work conditions determine our risks for and control over exposures to environmental toxins, chemical, biological and other hazards. This presentation explores the interface between SAFETY, WELLNESS, and MENTAL HEALTH with an eye to the future of work and the role of Employee Assistance Providers.
Series/Report No.The Future of Workplace Behavioral Health Research;1
SponsorsThe webinar was sponsored by the following groups: Employee Assistance Research Foundation, Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Employee Assistance Society for North America, International Association of Employee Assistance Professionals in Education, and National Behavioral Consortium.
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