Uriel Morales Perez / Quadratin
Morelia, Mich., January 24, 2023. – The Association of Industrialists of the State of Michoacan (AIEMAC) and the College of Psychologists of Michoacan signed an agreement to participate in the mental health of the workforce of unionized companies. ,
The president of AIEMAC, Carlos Enriquez Barajas, indicated that this initiative bets on workers that should have relevance to them and that if they have any problems, they can approach the human resources sector and seek the necessary support.
“We have to be aware of the psychological state of our employees and try to take care of all the colleagues who make up the team and it is a genuine interest that our people are well, their families are well and the benefits of being an industry in Michoacán also makes us better people and better families”.
Laura Olivia Amador Zavala, president of the College of Psychologists of Michoacán, recognized this initiative of the industrial sector, as it is a high priority issue that rarely receives attention.
“The challenge to meet is that everyone who works in a company has many benefits, not only financially, but also in mental health, and we have had an impact everywhere.”
The expert reiterated that these agreements should be given to the rest of the business sector in the state to prioritize the health of the workers and their families, as it is necessary that the welfare be comprehensive.
“This firm is excellent because it adds value to the individual, it is an individual who is suffering, who lives and the purpose of this settlement is to try to achieve comprehensive benefits for workers through diagnosis, and it is a challenge commitment”.
Miriam Escutia, Human Resource Representative, AIEMAC, highlighted the notion that psychology changes the lives of the people who make up a company because a better operation and well-being of the people depends on it.
“I believe this issue of raising awareness is a priority because that is how we achieve inclusion and with this agreement I know much more can be done.”