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Kaiser Permanente: The Cost of Employee Burnout, Upcoming Webinar, and More

Kaiser Permanente's most recent Broker Briefing provided important updates for Kaiser Permanente individual, small group, and large group markets.


What is employee burnout costing businesses?

With a radically shifting employment landscape, rising employee mental health challenges, and the persistent threat of an economic recession, the topic of burnout has become a pressing concern for employers. Share this article with your clients to help them understand what’s causing employee burnout and how to evaluate their workplace culture. Mental health and wellness resources for your clients to share with their employees are also available.


Don't forget to register for Kaiser Permanente's May 22 webinar on battling burnout

Kaiser Permanente's next webinar, “From Hustle to Harmony: Work Culture Strategies for Battling Burnout,” is just a few days away! Register today to secure your place. Don’t miss this insightful discussion about employee stress and burnout, and what your clients can do to support their employees and help them stay engaged. 


Reducing cancer and its long-term costs

About half of all men and a third of all women will be diagnosed with cancer.¹ This means cancer may affect the lives of many of your clients and their employees. Invite your clients to join us on June 10 at the “Fighting Cancer with Kaiser Permanente” virtual event. You’ll learn why early preventive care and detection can reduce cancer cases by at least 44%.² These better health outcomes can result in lower costs for your clients and their employees.


Stay up to date with small business service tips

Explore our hub of useful information to help you manage your small business accounts, including resources for COBRA reporting and changing your Broker of Record Authorization for existing groups.



1 “Cancer Facts & Figures 2022,” American Cancer Society, accessed April 20, 2023.


2 “The Global Burden of Cancer Attributable to Risk Factors, 2010–19: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019,” GBD 2019 Cancer Risk Factors Collaborators, The Lancet, August 20, 2022.