2021 Workplace Mental Health Trends Forecast: What Professionals Like You Are Planning For

86% of benefits professionals say that mental health became a higher priority in 2020. With the need for better mental health solutions at an all-time high, what should employers focus on first?

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2021 will be a defining year for mental health offerings

Living through crisis after crisis in 2020 eroded even your best employees’ mental health and motivation. If 2020 was the year employers could no longer ignore workforce mental health, 2021 will be defined by how organizations handle the ongoing mental health crisis. Get insights from benefits professionals at leading firms like Morgan Stanley, Starbucks, and Genentech to inform your benefits strategy for the year ahead.

See what 300+ HR and benefits professionals predict for 2021, including:

  • Higher demand for evidence-based care
  • The de-stigmatization of mental health services
  • Expansion of comprehensive mental health benefits beyond the EAP
  • A renewed focus on preventive mental health options