Mental health at work: From promise to practice

With more than 35% of workers experiencing depression and 70% reporting stress caused by the workplace*, employer-based mental health care is critical. This report by The Economist explores how businesses should approach mental health in 2022.

*(Source: NAMI)

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The world of work has changed forever as a result of the global pandemic, triggering a much-needed enhanced focus on mental health. Companies who fail to prioritize mental health in the coming year may face significant financial consequences, with the cost of mental health conditions projected to reach $6 trillion globally by 2030.

In their latest report, The Economist breaks down:

  • What over 70% of employees report is their main source of stress
  • The driving factors behind the steady rise in new US workforce wellness programs
  • How and why businesses should take a systemic view when it comes to building mental health programs