Attorney at Work Magazine Highlights Stinson's Well-Being Efforts During the Pandemic
Stinson LLP has a long-standing commitment to well-being in the workplace. In an article published on November 10, Director of Well-Being Krista Larson discusses some of the firm's unique initiatives during the pandemic, including support for parents and caregivers, racial trauma support, support for positive mental health, and others.
“When Stinson reopened its offices this September, the Well-Being Committee sought to support personnel navigating that transition,” Larson said. “As the firm’s Director of Well-Being, I presented on the science of resilience with practical, evidence-based strategies. The program framed transitions as a process comprised of three stages — a before, a during and an after — each requiring a unique type of resilience.”
Larson goes on to say, "With these efforts and others, Stinson has made intentional and innovative steps toward addressing the wide-ranging well-being challenges of this time."
Larson leads the implementation of Stinson's vision, strategy and programming to support the health and well-being of all constituents of the firm in alignment with the firm's values and its ABA Well-Being Pledge. She also partners with firm and executive leadership on well-being issues.