Caring for Your Healthcare Workforce Through a Crisis

  • May 12, 2020
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • online

During a global crisis, employee wellness can suffer in several different ways – whether it’s physical, mental, emotional, or a combination of all three. Currently the healthcare industry is dealing with unprecedented demand, putting further strain on the workforce. Absenteeism rates are climbing due to employee illness, the need to care for sick family members, fear of contagion, and more.

Both personal and work lives are changing as everyday routines are uprooted. During this time, employees are likely experiencing a wide range of emotions, including concerns about their health, the pressure to care for family members, anxiety over job and financial security, and stress due to disruption of daily routines.

Attendees will learn: 

  • The ways in which employee wellness can suffer uniquely in a crisis
  • Why fostering open, two-way communication is key to supporting employees in times of crisis
  • How organizations can provide both the flexibility and the structure employees need to stay engaged during complex situations


Jarrett Jedlicka
Vice President, Healthcare Advisory

Jarrett Jedlicka currently serves as Vice President, Healthcare Advisory for Ceridian in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Leveraging his extensive experience in Healthcare, Jarrett is responsible for working with Healthcare executives and leaders to understand their business challenges and bring forward strategic solutions to address them. Prior to joining Ceridian, Jarrett held a number of senior positions at leading Healthcare & technology organizations, most recently as Principal for Healthcare at SAS Institute.

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