With heightened attention on mental health, employers are increasingly called upon to help employees deal with matters outside of the basic human resources context. Mental health impacts many aspects of the workplace, including employee productivity, retention, and the overall well-being of an organization’s culture. Additionally, the complex intersection of personnel policies and applicable laws can create confusion and anxiety for both employers and employees. 

In this webinar, you will learn practical tips for creating effective mental health policies, programs, and accommodations for employees. We will also discuss pertinent employment laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, job-protected leaves under federal and state laws, and employer obligations in tricky and novel contexts.

Topics will include:

  •  Federal and state laws related to employee mental health.
  • Dealing with complex requests and situations.
  • How and why employers can and should improve mental health among their workforce.
  • Recent trends In employee mental health benefits.
  • Your questions. 

This AISNE Insight is intended for the following roles:

  • Heads of School
  • Chief Business Officers and HR Leaders
  • HR staff of all levels
  • Any administrators and managers with supervisory responsibilities
  • In-house attorneys

Our session facilitators, Brian D. Carlson and Cara E. Murphy are attorneys with Schwartz Hannum PC.

Thank you to Schwartz Hannum PC for their generous support.

Dates & Venues

Thursday, June 20, 2024
1:00 – 2:00 PM
Presented virtually, on Zoom


AISNE Members: Free of charge


AISNE seeks to create an inclusive learning environment for all. If you have accessibility questions or needs, please contact us at info@aisne.org.

Cancellation Policy

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