Chief Healthcare Executive March 23, 2023
Ron Southwick

Many employees say their mental health struggles are affecting their work, according to a One Medical survey. The poll also saw a gap between workers’ experiences and the expectations of HR managers.

Nearly two out of three employees say they are struggling with their mental health, but most aren’t seeking help, according to a survey by One Medical, the primary care organization.

In addition, one in three workers say their health worsened over the past year.

But at the same time, the survey illustrated a disconnect between workers’ views on their health and the perceptions of HR personnel and benefits managers. Workers also say they have trouble accessing healthcare.

The survey, which was released this week, gathered responses...

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