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Workers' Compensation

How employee assistance programs drive better workers’ comp outcomes

Some workers’ comp carriers recognize that addressing an injured worker’s stress can speed up recovery, but not all provide a holistic approach. Integrating an employee assistance program (EAP) into a workers’ comp program supports total worker health after—and before—an injury.

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The importance of managing stress

Stress is how the body reacts to difficult circumstances that create emotional and physical tension. It’s a natural response that helps us deal with life’s challenges, but too much of it can lead to serious issues. Learning how to manage stress can play an important role in your employees’ overall health.

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When to get help with PTSD

Enduring or witnessing a traumatic event can have a very harmful effect on a person’s mental health. Many people have a short-term reaction to a terrible incident, but some experience long-term symptoms that don’t ease over time. These people may be diagnosed with
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a psychiatric disorder that can affect a person’s mental and physical health.

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Suicide: Fostering awareness and hope

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide was responsible for 48,183 deaths in 2021, which is about one death every 11 minutes. In 2021, suicide was among the top nine leading causes of death for people ages 10-64. Suicide was the second leading cause of death for people ages 10-14 and 20-34.1 It’s important to understand how to identify someone at risk so you can connect them with the care and support they need.

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