Employee Benefit News January 10, 2022
Michael Boroff

Unprecedented rates of employee burnout, coupled with the pandemic’s psychological burden, have fueled one of the country’s worst mental health crises. Employers have been tasked with an immense responsibility to address employee wellness while also containing productivity losses and a historic quitting spree.

There has been considerable momentum in recent years to address the stigma of mental health in the workplace, and employers have much to be proud of in this area. Discussions about employee mental health and well-being have become commonplace in a very short amount of time.

Today, many organizations are looking to offer a mental health solution as part of their benefits package. It’s no small task given the overwhelming number of options from which to choose....

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