Workplace Mental Health Conference: Supporting Employees in the COVID-19 Era

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020


1:30pm - 5:00pm


Online Event


Employees are struggling with mental health concerns now more than ever. Is COVID-19 a turning point for workplace mental health?

Mental health problems exist everywhere, and increasingly, the workplace is where outreach, initial prevention and treatment may begin. This University of Michigan online event will bring key stakeholders together from academia and business to discuss the immediate and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on employee mental health and best practices for supporting employees moving forward.

  • Discover key strategies for the workplace, including changing workplace environment, managing depressed workers, culture change, and equipping managers with tools to lead during this challenging time
  • Hear from dynamic faculty and well-respected experts
  • Get your burning questions answered through Q&A sessions
  • Discuss the latest real-world, action-oriented strategies and how to implement them in your organization
  • Learn from a selection of case studies, panel discussions, and research findings
  • Hosted by the U-M Depression Center and co-sponsored by the U-M Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering

Who should join?

Employers, C-Suite leaders, researchers, HR professionals, leaders from diverse industries (public, private, and non-profit organizations), mental health professionals, anyone with an interest in supporting workplace mental health

Registration and Information


  • Please visit our Eventbrite site to register!
  • Cost of attendance is $50, including fees (please contact us if you need assistance with this fee)
  • You will be sent a link to join the live webinar within a week of the conference
  • All registered participants will also receive a link to view a recording of the full conference and an electronic copy of slides from each session
  • Receive a Certificate of Attendance


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