Mental Health

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Mental Health is Wealth, So Start Saving Up Now! | CA Benefits Consultants


The fact is, a mental illness is a disorder of the brain – your body’s most important organ.   Like most diseases of the body, mental illness has many causes – from genetics to other biological, environmental and social/cultural factors.  And just as with most diseases, mental illnesses are no one’s fault.  For many people, recovery

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Human Resources, Mental Health, Wellness, working environment

6 Ways to Reduce Burnout When You’re Understaffed | California Benefits Partners


Question We’ve been both super busy and understaffed recently. Is there anything we can do during this time to help our employees avoid extra stress or burnout before we can hire more employees? Answer Yes. Here are a few things you can do to make this time run as smoothly and stress-free as possible: Remove nonessential work

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Custom content, Mental Health, Wellness programs

What Employees Want: Well-Being Programs | CA Employee Benefits Advisors


Workplace wellness programs have increased in the past several years to promote healthy diets and lifestyle, exercise and other behaviors such as quitting smoking.  As of 2020, most employers had wellness programs of some kind, including 53% of small firms (those with 3-200 employees) and 81% of large companies.  Since employees spend most of their

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Data Drop: D&I Appetite, Mental Health Struggles and the Expanding Gig Economy | California Benefits Agents


There are certain issues that have taken center stage in the collective conscious when talking about the workplace, the future of work and how the current workforce is faring under the current conditions. Naturally, as those things enter the collective conscious, researchers find themselves asking what exactly holds true and what can we learn from

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Blog, Mental Health

How to Support the Mental Health of Your Employees During COVID-19 | CA Employee Benefits Firm


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The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on everyone’s mental health. People have experienced financial hardship, additional challenges with childcare and school cancellations, job loss, reduced hours, sickness, and grief. The future is uncertain, and the present is extra stressful. And to make matters worse, many of the networks and practices that people use to

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