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New Public Education Campaign: Mental Health at Work

New Public Education Campaign: Mental Health at Work

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The Department of Labor recently unveiled a public education campaign which promotes “mental health-friendly” workplaces. The “Mental Health at Work: What Can I Do?” campaign helps inform individuals (from entry level staff to CEOs) about how they can personally promote mental health and foster well-being in their workplaces. Actions include being supportive of colleagues and setting a positive tone for inclusivity.

The campaign features a public service video announcement which will broadcast nationally on radio and television. It also features workplace assets including an outreach kit, poster, and mental health resource guide.

Employers interested in learning more should visit the DOL campaign’s website. The site includes links to download campaign materials and other employer resources.

Download the bulletin for more details.

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Mari Wagner

Mari Wagner

The greatest badge of success for Mari Wagner is when her customers reach out and let her know how appreciative they are of her help and services. Mari is dependable, driven, committed, and enjoys meeting new people. Mari joined the National Insurance Services (NIS) team after working with NIS for several years on mutual clients benefit plans. She finds that NIS has similar values and mindset to her own. As an Account Manager, Mari works with schools, cities, and counties in the Midwest Region. She is a licensed insurance agent with a background in sales, wellness, managing insurance pools, marketing, and consulting.