Children's Mental Health Impacts Employee Well-being

Publisher: Peace at Home Parenting Solutions

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Children's Mental Health Impacts Employee Well-being

Employers Take Note - Your Working Parents Need Support: Put simply, I’m only as happy as my unhappiest child. It is no surprise that almost half of concerned parents say that their children’s mental health impacts their performance at work including “disruptions and inability to concentrate on the job. Companies are uniquely situated to make a real impact in this national crisis while protecting their bottom line. Connecting parents and caregivers with seasoned parenting and child development experts is a critical and often missing component of corporate well-being plans.