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Before, during, and after the pandemic, workers and workplaces have faced increasing stresses and pressures that threaten the wellbeing of the workforce. Mental health has been called an invisible crisis. This invisible crisis has included existing mental health conditions, chronic pain, fatigue, and substance misuse including rising rates of overdose, post-traumatic stress, and suicide risk.

Companies who are looking to incorporate mental health and wellbeing into company culture, programs, and practices will benefit from this whitepaper as workplace mental health experts, Cal Beyer, Leia Spoor, and Lisa K. Desai, Pys.D., dive into great detail to help leaders and organizations better understand all facets of mental health and workplace safety.

This whitepaper includes information on:
  • Why mental health is important
  • How to address mental health in return to workplace strategies
  • Understanding the whole health view
  • The difference between behavioral vs. mental health
  • Psychological safety and resilience
  • Mental health myths and realties
  • Comorbidities of depression.
Also included are applied case studies of companies in Mechanical/HVAC construction, Technology, a General Contractor with some self-performed operations, and Warehousing/Distribution of Medical Supplies who have addressed mental health and wellbeing.

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DISCUSSION TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Discussion with experienced cybersecurity professionals who have developed and implemented cybersecurity programs. The discussion will focus on the challenge of tailoring a program to an organization’s specific needs, and ensuring that the program complies with applicable cybersecurity regulations. 

  • Discussion about developing a cybersecurity program that complies with an ever changing legal landscape. New laws like CCPA, GDPR, and a host of potential other state laws are all changing the priorities for cybersecurity compliance.

  • Discussion about developing a cybersecurity program that complies with some of the leading cybersecurity protocols, including NIST, FFIEC, and ISO standards.

  • Discussion about training employees to implement the cybersecurity plan, and how to provide incentives and consequences for employees to comply with the plan.

  • The questions you should ask your CISO about the development of your cybersecurity program, and issues you should look out for.


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Event Details

DATE:  Wednesday, December 4, 2019
TIME:  
LOCATION: 
                     111 N Post Oak Ln
                      Houston, TX 77024

MEET THE PANELISTS

Name Needed - Eide Bailly LLP
Robert Allen, Former CISO - Brighthouse Financial
Miles Weis, AVP – Executive Risk and Cyber Practice Leader
Ross Ingersoll, Executive Risk & Cyber Account Executive
John Lande, Attorney & Cybersecurity Chair, Dickinson Law Firm
Bryan O’Neil, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm
Melissa Schilling, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm
Andrea Rastelli, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm
Emily McGovern, Attorney, Dickinson Law Firm

AUTHORS

  • CAL BEYER

    VP, WORKFORCE RISK & WORKER WELLBEING

    CSDZ

  • LISA K. DESAI, PSY.D

    CHIEF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH OFFICER

    MINDWISE INNOVATIONS

  • LEIA SPOOR

    SR. CLINICAL CONSULTANT

    HOLMES MURPHY

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