Did you know that 1 in 4 workers is considering leaving their jobs after the pandemic? And that 78 percent of workers feel the pandemic has negatively affected their mental health?
As we begin the return to work, employees across the country are still grappling with mental health issues related to the pandemic and other social unrest—a crisis amplified by widespread burnout, fatigue, and exhaustion.
The post-pandemic workforce is looking to their employer for support, guidance, and resources—and placing higher value on employee benefits and wellness offerings when it comes to deciding to stay at a company or leave for new opportunities.
How can organizations prioritize mental health and meet their employees’ needs as we transition to a hybrid workplace?
Join Namely and First Stop Health to explore:
How to break the mental health stigma in the workplace
How to promote balance and wellbeing as part of organizational culture
How to pivot your benefits strategy in a post-pandemic workplace
Why benefits, mental health, and wellbeing are an imperative part of employee retention
A business leader in the tech sector for 30 years, Elisa is an experienced executive in Silicon Valley.
Elisa currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD) and Namely, where she was previously CEO. She also serves on the boards of Splunk (SPLK), Bumble, Procore Technologies and JFrog (FROG). Elisa is an advisor to Tile and people.ai. Prior to CEO at Namely, she served as CEO at Jive (JIVE). Prior to Jive, Elisa was Corporate Vice President & CMO of consumer apps and services at Microsoft, including brands such as Bing, Internet Explorer, Lync, MSN, Outlook.com and Skype, among others.
Elisa hosts the speaker series, SpeakHer Mind that seeks to amplify voices and share practical, positive steps that can deliberately build workplace environments that empower women to achieve their potential.
Elisa holds a M.B.A. from San Francisco State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire.
Gaby is an experienced board director, advisor and operating executive with over 30 years experience in technology, gaming and digital transformation within Fortune 500 companies such as Tesla, Electronic Arts, Microsoft and Oracle. Gaby has specialized in all aspects of talent strategy and management with vast experience and depth in executive compensation, CEO coaching, executive and board recruiting, M&A and the breadth of C-level Human Resources experience as a Section 16 Public Officer.
Gaby is currently Keystone Strategy’s Chief Operating Officer overseeing Finance, Human Resources, IT/Labs, Marketing and Communications and Facilities/Office Management. For the one year prior to Keystone, Gaby served as an Executive in Residence for Comcast Ventures and its portfolio companies. Prior to Comcast, she served as the Chief People Officer leading Human Resources, EHS and Facilities at Tesla and before that was the Executive Vice President and Chief Talent Officer for more than 10 years at Electronic Arts.
Gaby, who is bilingual, received her undergraduate and advanced degrees from Stanford University, followed by a Rotary Scholarship post in Santiago, Chile.
As the Senior Vice President of Operations at First Stop Health, Teira oversees the patient, client, and physician experience and aims to deliver care that people LOVE.
She came to First Stop Health six years ago after a long tenure in healthcare market research and helping health systems use data to improve the patient experience. That experience, combined with a passion for improving access to healthcare, has made First Stop Health the perfect place for her to make an impact.
Teira graduated from the University of Missouri with her Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Master's degree in Health Administration.
She loves spending time with her family and spunky toddler and practicing yoga, but after 2020, she is done cooking.