Tag: Tools/Resources/Training

Mental Health at Work: It’s Time for Openness and Acceptance

Posted: May 10, 2021

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3 Steps recommended to build a culture of mental health support and acceptance: Empathetic leadership, access, and culture. Read Post

COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing and Temperature Screenings for Employees

Posted: June 22, 2020

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Should employers start to test asymptomatic employees? Now that states and counties are reopening to business, employers are looking for ways to ensure their workforce is safe and can safely interact. For many that means obtaining some sort of assurance that employees are not currently infected with COVID-19. The “go to” test since the outbreak [...] Read Post

Populytics Teams Receive Service Excellence Award

Posted: February 6, 2020

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The Populytics Care Management team upgraded its clinical workflow system and learned that a provider-facing portal could be implemented to increase efficiency and customer service. After evaluating the opportunity, leadership proceeded with the implementation and the Clinical and IT teams worked collaboratively for over six months to prepare for launch; working with Populytics’ clinical portal vendor on a seamless internal integration to existing tools and training Populytics colleagues. Read Post

What is the Lehigh Valley Safety Peer Group and How Does it Help Employers?

Posted: June 14, 2019

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How many U.S. workers are sleep deprived, and what can employers do to help them? How should employers handle substance abuse in the workplace? What are the legal ramifications of employees using medical marijuana? These are just a few of the topics tackled at the Lehigh Valley Safety Peer Group, a consortium of Lehigh Valley area [...] Read Post

Use of Illicit Drugs by U.S. Workers on the Rise

Posted: July 24, 2018

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HealthWorks Expands Drug Testing Program with Oral Fluid Collection Device The national focus on prescription opioids has driven abuse of those drugs down over the last year, according to a 2018 report in the Wall Street Journal. That’s the good news. Even so, the number of American workers testing positive for cocaine, methamphetamine, and marijuana [...] Read Post