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How HR Can Promote Mental Health at Work: Actionable Advice to Help Your People Thrive

Get Actionable Advice On Mental Health at Work

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There’s a mental health crisis in America and HR leaders are on the frontlines.

Mental health in the workplace has always been a top concern among many, but now we’re reaching an inflection point. One in five American adults will have a diagnosable mental health condition in any given year (CDC) and 67% of US workers say they’re burned out (Gallup). And of course, pandemic-related stressors like school closures aren’t helping any.

HR leaders are on the frontlines, but mental health can still be taboo—or at least something that’s only talked about reluctantly. What can HR do to help?

Download our guide to learn:

  • How HR can embrace empathetic leadership
  • Ways to help employees fight burnout and stress
  • Tips to create an open and stigma-free workplace
  • Strategies to leverage benefits that really help