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WWCMA strives to provide best-in-class learning programs that includes webinars and face-to-face events throughout Massachusetts.

Upcoming Learning Programs

Member Only Workshop and Networking Event
Positivity as an Agent of Workforce Change

Tuesday, April 30 / 5:00 - 7:00 PM / Hult International School of Business, Cambridge, MA

Join us for our member only networking event and workshop called Positivity as an Agent of Workplace Change. Research has demonstrated that a workforce that experiences positive emotions are more productive, satisfied, and engaged. In this hands-on workshop, you'll discover the connection between positive practices - such as gratitude, attention, empathy, and compassion - and how they impact business and culture.

 

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WEBINAR
 
Is it Chronic Pain or Depression? How Employers are Addressing the Depression-Pain Dyad and Health Care Costs

One in two American adults live with a musculoskeletal (MSK) condition, such as arthritis or chronic joint pain, making MSK claims a top medical spend driver for employers and health plans. Researchers have uncovered a phenomenon called the “depression-pain dyad” where chronic pain increases the risk for depression and that depression increases the perceived severity of pain. These conditions decrease employees' resilience  with the inability to embrace workplace agility, adaptability and change; ultimately affecting productivity and retention.

Dr. Jeff Krauss, Chief Medical Officer at Hinge Health and Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University, will discuss how employers can address both chronic musculoskeletal spend and mental health.

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Past Programs

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