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Suicide Prevention in the Workplace

8/15/2024 11:00:00 AM

Suicide Prevention in the Workplace

Suicide rates in the United States have been slowly rising since the 1990’s with nearly 50,000 people taking their own lives since 2022, up 3% from the previous year. With work being the single place most people spend most of their time outside their home, employers have a role in suicide prevention, from workplace stress to mental health challenges.

Work can offer a protective shield against suicide as a source of personal satisfaction and meaning, interpersonal contacts, and financial security. However, when work is poorly organized or when workplace risks are not managed, the workplace can raise suicide risk in some people. Join this webinar to learn what roles employers can have to mitigate this issue.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how work can offer support for mental health and well-being services 

  • Explore how employers can mitigate their risk of potential suicidal employees 

  • Discover how employers can reduce stigma to encourage easier access to quality care 

  • Prepare leaders to be more attuned to the risk factors associated with suicide 

For Health Action Council members only
SHRM, HRCI, and CEBS credit

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