Multi-generational Mental Health Differences in the Workplace

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By Travelers
50 minutes

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New research shows a shift in the mental health of today’s emerging workforce dating to 2012. Employers that understand the mental health distinctions among boomers, Gen X, millennials and Gen Z and how they may influence an injured worker’s recovery may be better prepared to offer the right support to help their employee safely return to work at the earliest medically appropriate time.

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Dr. Jean M. Twenge, Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University, and Dr. Marcos Iglesias, Vice President and Chief Medical Director at Travelers and Constitution State Services, joined Cora Hall, Assistant Vice President of Marketing Strategy at Travelers, to discuss the importance of understanding mental health in the workplace and how taking generational differences into account can help improve injured employee recovery rates.

Navigate to these timestamps in the full webinar below:

  • Different meanings of mental health (3:45)
  • Generational differences (7:28)
  • What younger workers want (11:20)
  • Technology is a key factor (13:15)
  • Center of care decisions (16:10)
  • Surprising generational research (27:40)
  • Managing mental health differences (29:50)
  • Steps to protect your organization (31:45)
  • The most important takeaways (35:17)

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