Leaders of organizations are listening to employees more than ever before, striving to better understand and address the needs of their populations. But despite that hard work, nearly 69% of employees say their mental health has gotten worse or stayed the same in the past year. So where do you go from here?
To learn more about how HR and benefits leaders can close the gap between the goals of workforce mental health strategies and the impact they’re making, join Calm’s Chief People Officer and Head of People Operations for an exclusive first look at insights from our new 2024 Voice of the Workplace Report.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Five key trends currently impacting workplace mental health
- The root causes behind persistent mental health needs
- Practical strategies to help foster a healthier and more productive workforce
Chief People Officer, Calm
Scott Domann is Chief People Officer of Calm, where he oversees people, learning and development, the recruitment of top talent, and operations. Throughout his career, Scott has led teams at start-ups and large companies, and he continues to create a culture founded in inclusion, creativity, and positive action. He has headed People and HR teams at leading companies such as Honey, Netflix, Facebook, Spotify, Disney, and Warner Bros. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree in organizational and industrial psychology from New York University (NYU).
Head of People Operations, Calm
Sarah Mann joined Calm in 2020 and currently leads the People Operations team. In addition to Calm, she has over 13 years of experience in People operations and recruiting at Bloomberg, Namely, and Honey/PayPal. Sarah quickly found her niche in operations and enjoys building to scale across all things process, compliance, benefits/payroll administration, HR systems, and people data. Her team’s core focus is to support the People team at large and of course every employee throughout their journey at Calm. Sarah has a BA in Psychology & Spanish from the University of Kansas.