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Portland Chamber of Commerce: Building Thriving Workplaces - Spotlight on Employee Mental Health with Thrive2027

April 6, 2022 at 10:00am
Virtual Event

Join The Portland Chamber of Commerce and Verrill attorney Tawny Alvarez for Building Thriving Workplaces - Spotlight on Employee Mental Health with Thrive2027, a virtual panel on prioritizing employee mental health in the workplace. In this panel discussion, local leaders in the fields of health and business including Tawny will discuss the long-term benefits of creating a mental health-friendly workplace, including helping employees lead longer, more fulfilling lives, and improving employee retention.

This program is relevant for business owners and team leaders, HR professionals, wellness professionals, educators, and those interested in mental health workplace best practices.

Visit portlandregion.com for more information.

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