Becker's Healthcare October 6, 2021
Georgina Gonzalez

As the pandemic wears on and staff burnout is rife, mental health and wellness programs have become more important to employees. However, many employees either don’t know or don’t use these offerings. Here are three ways to boost engagement in these programs among staff, reported by the Harvard Business Review Oct. 5. 

The Great Resignation” has shed light on how many employees are seeking better work-life balance and are prioritizing their mental well-being. As a result, many employers have responded to these challenges by increasing their offerings of support. A Gartner study showed that of the 77 organizations interviewed, 64 percent had implemented new wellness programs in 2020. A 2021 report showed, however, that despite 87 percent of employees having access to well-being offerings, only 23 percent make...

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