How to Support Your Employee with Cancer

How to Support Your Employee with Cancer

With one in two men and one in three women diagnosed with cancer in the United States each year, managers will likely have an employee who has been diagnosed with cancer or undergoing treatment. So it’s important for managers to understand the important role they have in supporting their employees who have cancer and want to, or need to, continue to work during treatment. This support can make or break an employee’s resilience while working through treatment.

As a manager, do you know how to support your employee? Do you know how to maintain your department’s productivity, balance the workload and support your staff while maintaining confidentiality?

For more information, visit the Managers section of the website, or contact your oncology nurse navigator, at 844 446 6229 or by email, at managecancer@jh.edu.

We hope you will share this content with your workforce, to keep them informed about this valuable benefit. Please copy and paste the content into your own employee communications, rather than sending these links to the Work Stride customer website. Please let your account manager know if you have any questions.

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