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  • Wellbeing Experts Discuss Generational Challenges and Opportunities in Addressing Mental Health

    For the first time in history, there are five generations in the workplace. This generational blending is causing a shift in thinking for many leaders due to employee dynamics, organizational changes, and communication styles across the five generations. These generational differences make up much of the noise and disengagement happening in every industry across America due to the lack of understanding between the generations. This holds true for the construction industry as well.

    Our own wellbeing experts, ethOs President Ali Payne and CSDZ VP of Workforce Risk and Worker Wellbeing Cal Beyer, take a look at how this impacts mental wellbeing in a Construction Executive article titled “Generational Challenges and Opportunities in Addressing Mental Health and Suicide Prevention.”

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Wellbeing Experts Discuss Generational Challenges and Opportunities in Addressing Mental Health