Fighting Addiction in the Workplace During COVID-19.

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Substance abuse is on the rise, amplifying the problems caused by the Coronavirus outbreak. Thus, medical spending and lost productivity are costing employers more than $25 Billion per year. Finding an effective way to help employees to overcome these addictions is a must.

Join this interactive webinar to learn about proven strategies to fight addiction in the workplace and discuss:

Learning Objectives:

  • Pandemic Supported Addictions: How has COVID influenced addictive behaviours in the workplace
  • Polysubstance addictions: One of the most significant drivers of medical spend for employers
  • Moving Your Organization Forward: Destigmatizing addiction, technology and holistic treatment

Speakers

Dr. Melani Cheers
Senior Director — Corporate Medical & Health Services
U.S. Steel

Yusuf Sherwani
MD, CEO & Co-Founder
Quit Genius

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