Dealing with Remaining Grief from the Pandemic’s Many Losses
Weds June 16 | 10-11:00AM (EDT) FREE Webinar

with Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D., clinical psychologist, family therapist, and Principal in the Philadelphia office of Health Management Associates*, a national healthcare consulting firm

While many employees will be celebrating the return to normalcy, others will still be hurting because of the half million Americans who will have died and the losses of income for those who were temporarily laid off. It is important for employers to acknowledge and take action. Get insights and ideas on actions you can take.

Learn seven actions employers can take to cultivate a workplace culture that supports and nurtures their caregiver employees.

  • Adapt your culture
  • Get input from caregivers
  • Implement flexible policies
  • Train middle managers to be caregiver-friendly
  • Create internal support groups
  • Measure and evaluate results
  • Offer employees the right benefits and resources

*Thank you to Health Management Associates for providing this informational webinar


2021 Virtual Training Schedule*:  April 28-30 (filled) | June 23-25 (filled) | July 14-16 (filled) | More dates to be added for late summer-fall trainings

Registration fee for 3-day virtual training is $299 and includes all course materials and 11 Continuing Education Credits.  Participants of this training are required to have a Master's level degree, or be actively enrolled in a Master's level program.

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