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NHRA National Webinar: Starting the Dialogue: Depression in the Workplace
Nov 16, 2017
Affiliate: National
Start: 11/16/2017 2:00 PM
End: 11/16/2017 3:00 PM
Venue: Via WebEx
HRCI Credits: 1.00

$20.00 for individual members
$20.00 for corporate members
$20.00 for student members
$40.00 for guests / non-members
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It's time for an open dialogue about depression and mental illness in the workplace.   An estimated 1 in 5 Americans age 18 and older suffer from a diagnosable mental illness. The number one cause of adult disability worldwide is psychiatric disease. It´s no secret that depression is a major business issue. The decrease in productivity and increase in errors, absenteeism, and short/long term disability due to depression cause staggering financial losses to corporate America.

Depression (and mental illness) is a topic that no one wants to talk about for fear of being labeled, judged, marginalized, and negatively impacted at work. The truth is that American businesses are not addressing the increasing and pervasive problem of depression and mental illness.

Carol Kivler wants to start the dialogue about depression in the workplace with you. As an international corporate trainer and international executive coach with an MS in Human Resource Education, as well as a consumer, who has lived with clinical depression for over 20 years, Carol understands both sides of the equation. NOW is the time to address the issue of mental illness in the join the conversation!Starting the Dialogue:  Depression in the Workplace

1. Identify the signs and symptoms of depression in the workplace.
2. Understand the difference human resource professionals can make in altering the impact of depression and incorporate strategies to address employee depression.
3. Establish the need for employee self-awareness and educational programs as part of a company- wide strategy.


The webinar will be presented through WebEx and specific information will be sent our one week prior to the webinar.
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Via WebEx
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Cancellations to info@humanresources by November 14, 2017