This week, the New York Times published an article about the mental health of employees in the insurance industry.
It was one of the first times that anyone had talked about the issue in a news article.
It also showed that the insurers were taking the issue more seriously than many had previously.
The article, written by a Times reporter, was titled “Insurers Are Taking More Care of Their Employees.”
What it said is that insurance companies have been making efforts to make sure that mental health workers have the support they need and are treated with dignity.
The Times said that in recent years, insurance companies and other healthcare providers have started using a number of different strategies to ensure that mental healthcare workers get the support that they need.
One of those strategies is to hire a mental health worker to monitor and treat employees in their care.
In addition, some insurers have started requiring mental health employees to have a mental-health professional monitor them, or they can be placed on a waiting list for a care appointment.
One insurer, UnitedHealth Group, said in a statement that it is taking a more active role in providing mental health care for its employees and is “trying to help them understand that they are part of our family and that they deserve support from us and our team.”
It added that its policy is to provide care for employees who are in the hospital.
“We have a very, very high level of confidence in our mental health team,” said Dr. Mark Hirschfeld, a vice president of health care management at UnitedHealth.
“So, if an employee has a medical condition, it’s a real risk to them, but it doesn’t have a high likelihood that it’s going to affect their ability to work.”
Hirschwald said that for many of his colleagues, the issue has been the topic of their mental health for a long time.
“Some of my colleagues, they’ve had their whole lives where they’ve never been in the clinic or they’ve been on the street and they’ve only had their mom, and they’re dealing with a traumatic life experience,” he said.
“That’s something that they’ve always grappled with, and I think they’ve just been pretty comfortable with it.”
The article said that some insurers had hired mental health counselors to provide support to employees who needed it.
“There are many factors that contribute to a person’s mental health and we know that there are multiple factors that can affect the outcome of a person, whether it’s an illness, a substance use disorder, or other conditions,” said UnitedHealth spokeswoman Jessica Bittner.
“However, the way that our mental- health team works with the employees, is to make an appointment with an individual who is a trained mental health professional, and that person will be a part of the team.”
The Times article said, “The idea that we should treat employees more like employees in need is a step in the right direction.
And it is a good idea.
But it does not solve the problem.
There are plenty of other ways to make a mental patient feel welcome and valued.”
In a statement, United Health said, ”We are committed to providing quality care and supporting our employees to be productive members of our teams.
“UnitedHealth has more than 1,600 employees in New York City, but most of them are in a large group of workers who are not mentally ill.
It said that about 70 percent of its employees are mental health professionals.
Some of the other insurers, however, are hiring a larger number of mental healthcare professionals.
In the first quarter of 2017, United has hired more than 700 mental health assistants, and plans to hire another 2,000.
The New York insurance industry has been at the forefront of mental wellness initiatives over the past decade. “
While we have more than 800 mental health staff in New Hampshire, we are expanding our hiring in New Jersey and Rhode Island to help meet our mental wellness needs,” said spokesperson Erin O’Connor.
The New York insurance industry has been at the forefront of mental wellness initiatives over the past decade.
More than 50 states and the District of Columbia have adopted laws to improve the mental well-being of workers.
The states have implemented measures to increase training for mental health aides, improve monitoring of mental illnesses, and create a system to track and record employees who need help with their mental illnesses.
In 2015, the Federal Trade Commission found that the insurance companies were providing inadequate care to workers who were mental health conditions.
The agency said that insurers should take action to address the problem and ensure that employees receive the best mental health support.
The report, which examined policies from 10 insurers and covered all types of workers, found that insurers are not providing the level of care that is needed to prevent employees from developing serious mental illnesses or from having serious injuries.
The study also found that most of the companies failed to adequately train mental health clinicians. It