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What does an effective workforce mental health program look like? BSR’s Healthy Business Coalition, in partnership with One Mind at Work, identifies key aspects of such a program.
A human rights-based approach provides a strong foundation for addressing ethical issues. Based on our work with healthcare and tech companies and expertise in applying human rights frameworks to businesses’ ethical challenges, we share insights on best practices for managing emerging ethical issues in a corporate context.
Mental health issues that were exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic persist among American workers. Our members discussed how employers have effectively advanced mental well-being and resilience for their most at-risk employees.
While progress has been made in the past two decades, half the world’s population still lacks access to essential healthcare services. As a step in their collective action for driving progress, BSR and the HCWG have developed the Access to Healthcare Leadership Ladder.
China's 14th Five-Year Plan includes the "Healthy China" strategy, which aims to improve overall social conditions, including healthcare. How will this impact the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries?
As companies decide how to address workforce mental health, the Healthy Business Coalition has released a roadmap to promote mental well-being and resilience.
BSR connected with Phil Thomson, President, Global Affairs at GSK, ahead of BSR Conference 2020 to hear his thoughts on what business, in particular the healthcare industry, should do not only to meet the current moment, but also to build a more equitable and sustainable future.
In a world where both a return to normalcy and our ability to weather future crises depends in large part on innovation in the healthcare sector, healthcare companies, particularly those in the pharmaceutical industry, have a crucial role to play in ensuring respect for human rights throughout their own operations, supply chains, and business relationships.
An issue brief on the most relevant, urgent, and probable human rights impacts for the healthcare sector and opportunities for positive impact
In light of COVID-19 and racial injustice, the Healthy Business Coalition (HBC) believes that it is time for the business community to respond to the moment by radically restructuring its support for workers and communities and promoting an equitable future for all.
Corporate policies can provide a bulwark against the erosion of access to reproductive healthcare, helping to protect and strengthen the new social contract between business and society that the 21st century demands.
The global coronavirus pandemic is bringing the connection between climate and public health into focus. In recognition of Earth Day, Levi Strauss & Co. interviewed experts at the nexus of climate and public health to better understand the links and what needs to be done.