40% of workers experienced mental health issues this past year, double the year before. We surveyed 1,300+ benefits leaders and employees to see how mental health benefits are meeting the moment in 2021.
In 2020, we saw a sea change in the demand for better workforce mental health support–and in 2021, more employers than ever before are contemplating new and innovative ways to bridge this gap. For the growing number of companies embarking on a journey to transform mental health at work, it helps to first get a lay of the land.
Hear from Erin Tatar, SVP, Fidelity, and Christopher Jackson, Partnerships Director, Lyra Health, about the results of Lyra’s first-ever yearly report on the state of mental health at work. We collected data, trends, and insights from more than 1,000 employees and hundreds of HR and benefits leaders across the United States to illuminate what’s working, what’s not, and where to go from here to improve workforce mental health at their organizations.
In this webinar replay, you'll learn:
Senior VP, Fidelity
Partnerships Director, Lyra Health
Erin Tatar serves on Fidelity’s Health & Welfare leadership team with Fidelity Workplace Consulting. With almost 30 years of benefits consulting experience, she is focused on expanding Fidelity’s capabilities around the evaluation and improvement of workforce health and well-being, and the delivery of high value health care plan benefits. She also provides strategic guidance for health & welfare consulting client relationships.
Chris leads Lyra’s new partnership efforts with a focus on large employers. Prior to Lyra, Chris was Head of Public Health for one of the nation's largest behavioral health EHR Providers. He has consulted on and lead complex behavioral and public health information technology projects for F500 organizations and in the public sector at local, state, and national levels.