Pathways at Work Behavioral Health and Well-Being Programs
The Pathways at Work program is a series of customized live webinars, on-demand training workshops, tools, and interactive discussion groups designed to help employees manage anxiety, the stress caused by the pandemic, concerns about racism and social injustice, and more.
Webinars and Education
Tools and Resources
The live and on-demand webinar series is complimented by handouts, tools, checklists, and worksheets to help your employees implement strategies to manage their behavioral health and well-being by taking real action.
Coaching and Discussion Groups
Behavioral Health and Well-Being at Work
Nearly one in five working adults has major behavioral health issues and many more struggle with anxiety, stress, depression, sleep issues and substance usage. COVID-19 and concerns about racism and social injustice have increased the frequency and impact of these behavioral health issues.
Pathways at Work provides behavioral health programs consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations to improve the health and well-being of your employees.
The CDC encourages employers to host programs on stress management, depression, alcohol and substance usage, sleep and fatigue.
The CDC also recommends that employers provide managers with training to improve their ability to recognize and reduce workplace behavioral health issues.
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The Effects of Behavioral Health Issues on Employees
- 94% of workers report feeling stress at work, and almost a third describe their stress level as high to unusually high (American Institute of Stress).
- 72% of employees want employers to champion mental health and well-being, but 63% think their workplace is unhelpful (Society for Human Resource Management).
- 25% of workers say that they will burn out in the next 12 months if their stress levels don’t improve (Gallup survey).
- Parents and younger generations report higher levels of stress than Americans overall (Gallup survey).
What’s the Bottom Line for Employers?
As an employer, providing effective behavioral health support can lead to improved employee wellness and performance. Effective behavioral health programs consistently yield positive ROI and can reduce healthcare costs, turnover, productivity losses, liability, injuries and disability costs.
- 75% of US employers view stress as their No. 1 health and productivity concern (Willis Towers Watson).
- The American Psychological Association estimates 550 million workdays are lost each year due to job stress, with an estimated 1 million workers absent every day due to stress.
- 95% of HR leaders agree burnout is affecting employee retention, and 87% called improved retention a high/critical priority (Kronos and Future Workplace survey).
- 46% of HR leaders surveyed say employee burnout is responsible for up to half of their annual workforce turnover (Kronos and Future Workplace).
The Cost of Behavioral Health Issues in the Workplace
Work Days Lost Each Year Due to Work-Related Stress and Behavioral Health Issues
The American Institute of Stress
Approximate Total of Lost Productivity in the United States Annually
Annual Healthcare Costs Associated with Workplace Behavioral Health Issues
Benefits of Behavioral Health Programs in the Workplace
Virtual and face-to-face employee behavioral health programs benefit employers and employees by improving productivity, culture, collaboration and retention. Your entire organization can benefit from behavioral health support.
Providing and promoting behavioral health programs sends a powerful and positive cultural message, reduces the stigma often associated with behavioral health challenges, and increases employee acceptance of support. This reduces healthcare costs and absenteeism while increasing retention.
The majority of employees with behavioral health issues don’t seek help or support. Having access to tools and resources in the workplace can help your employees reduce stress, manage anxiety or depression, and experience improved overall well-being.
Your entire organization can benefit from a more supportive and understanding culture. Communication and collaboration improve when colleagues understand they’re not alone in their anxiety and stress.
What Our Clients Are Saying
It was nice to have a safe place to express struggles. It helped me not feel so alone.
Appreciated the educational component of this to help me realize some of the signals of stress in my everyday life and how to soothe these stressors. Loved being able to have actionable insight from this! Thank you.
I like the balance of presentation and participation - thanks!
The info and genogram was great! I was assured that the things I am already doing are on a good path for being physically and mentally healthy. Always a good reminder! Thank you for being a resource!
I appreciate us taking the time to address the large scale, shared feeling of "burn out." It was apparent that so many were suffering from this. I'm glad we could address this as a group.
Very insightful, I have some changes I need to make to help with my stress and am excited to make these changes you suggested.
You and your employees are in this together, and Pathways at Work is here to help.
We help businesses improve productivity, nurture a culture of better behavioral health, reduce the stigma surrounding behavioral health issues, and increase employee retention.
Contact us to learn more about ways you can help your employees be healthier and more productive.