Mind Matters: No Quick Fixes for Workplace Mental Health
Liana Mohd Nawi, Clinical Psychologist & Director, Professional Services, Thrive Well | Zhong Jing Jing, Managing Director, Helpling Singapore
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The high pressure and rapid pace of work today has taken a toll on our mental well-being, and the pandemic has only caused further stress. Employers are slowly beginning to realise the importance of mental health in the workplace, but what kind of workplace policies and programmes need to be put in place? We explore how Employee Assistance Programmes can help, and why quick fixes won’t work, in our conversation with Liana Mohd Nawi, Clinical Psychologist & Director, Professional Services, Thrive Well, and Zhong Jing Jing, Managing Director, Helpling Singapore.
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Produced by: Janese Wong & Tee Shiao Eek
Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek
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Categories: Health Policy, Diseases & Conditions, Mental Health, Healthy Living, Fitness, Medical Innovation and Technology, Science
Tags: The Bigger Picture, Health & Living, mental health, COVID-19, pandemic, workplace, employee assistance programme,