According to a recent survey by The Standard, 59% of employers find it difficult to keep up with absence and disability management best practices. Employers generally find three key issues as their main stumbling blocks when it comes to employee absence and disability: program measurement, legal compliance and accommodations support.
In the Media - Employer
This HR Daily Advisor Q&A with Breanna Scott, director of product and service management at The Standard, highlights the current state of paid family leave and trends employers may see in 2019.
Dr. Dan Jolivet, practice consultant with The Standard's Workplace PossibilitiesSM program and Terri L. Rhodes, CEO of the Disability Management Employer Coalition, note that how employers choose to understand and address behavioral health conditions can ultimately help to better support employees and also de-stigmatize how these conditions are thought of in the workplace.
Behavioral health symptoms can escalate to impact performance, but how can employers spot these symptoms ahead of time? Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant at The Standard, and Terri Rhodes, CEO for the Disability Management Employer Coalition, explain.
While ringing in the new year, Jeff Smith, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant at The Standard, advises HR professionals to use their disability carriers as a resource for ADAAA compliance and accommodations, and to consider how a consultant can offer employees a neutral third-party perspective when seeking support in the workplace.
Dr. Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant at The Standard, and Terri Rhodes, CEO of Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC), highlight ways to bring organizations into 2019 with improvements to their disability management practices, especially when addressing behavioral health conditions in the workplace.
See how behavioral health conditions can impact work performance and play a role in absences, disability leaves and decreased productivity. In order to help address behavioral health conditions effectively, employers should understand and be able to identify the stages in which these illnesses present themselves, and provide tailored support at each stage. Read the article by Terri L. Rhodes, CEO of the Disability Management Employer Coalition, and Dr. Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant for The Standard.
The Standard's new Stable Asset Fund options give you more ways to meet the needs and preferences of your employees.
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