Report: Majority of employers have no program for opioid use, suicide prevention
A majority of employers have no plans to focus on opioid abuse or suicide prevention, despite the growing rates of deaths connected to these risk factors, according to a new study. Just 22 percent of employers have such a program in place or plan to implement one in 2019 to addresses these two issues, according to a recent study by Willis Towers Watson, a consulting and broking company.
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