MedCity News March 22, 2023
Marissa Plescia

Research shows that about 73% of benefits leaders believe their companies have increased mental health support, but about 40% of employees either don’t believe or are unsure if their company promotes a healthy workplace. When it comes to if there’s a disconnect between employers and employees in mental health, the issue often lies in communication, said Adam Stavisky, senior vice president of US benefits at Walmart.

In recent years, employers have been ramping up their mental health support for employees. About 88% of employers have acted on mental health in the last year, according to a recent Willis Towers Watson report.

But other research shows that there’s still a disconnect between employers and employees when it comes to mental health:...

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