Behavioral Health and The Pandemic: Workplace Benefits Trends and Considerations Webinar

Bec Kurzynske


Bec Kurzynske

Director of Employee Benefits - Green Bay
Director of Education & Government Practice

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Dan Jolivet, Ph.D

Workplace Possibilities Practice Consultant, The Standard

Date & Time:

11:00 am – 12:00 pm


The COVID-19 pandemic has increased behavioral health conditions like depression, substance abuse and anxiety among workers across all ages, industries and positions. New research from The Standard shows that nearly half (46%) of full-time American workers are suffering from mental health issues, a significant increase since the pandemic began.

While our education clients have been strategizing regarding their employee’s behavioral and emotional health needs for quite some time, we know that this has only increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As you approach the end of the school year and prepare for summer school and the 2021-2022 school year, it’s critical that employers understand the effect the pandemic has had on employee behavioral health and provide their employees with workplace support.

Join M3 Insurance and experts from The Standard to learn more about the current state of behavioral health in the workplace as well as the latest insights, considerations and trends in addressing issues related to behavioral health.

May 21, 2021
11:00 am – 12:00 pm CT

Featured Contributors:

Dan Jolivet, Ph.D – Workplace Possibilities Practice Consultant, The Standard
Brenda Smith, CPDM – Director, Workplace Possibilities, The Standard
Debra Villar, LMHC, CCM – Manager, Disability Management Resources, The Standard
Dan Lynch – Senior Employee Benefits Consultant, The Standard
Alaina Dearing – Account Manager, The Standard 

Moderator: Bec Kurzynske – Director of Education & Government Practice, M3 Insurance


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