Business Wire June 22, 2021
Hartford

  • New research finds 70% of employers report mental health challenges among their employees, 52% also report substance misuse or addiction, while 72% say mental health stigma blocks care
  • The Hartford and the National Alliance on Mental Illness urge employers to act now to raise awareness, dispel stigma and help more Americans access treatment 

New research from The Hartford, a leading provider of workers’ compensation and disability insurance, found 70% of employers now recognize employee mental health is a significant workplace issue, and 72% said stigma associated with mental illness prevents U.S. workers from seeking help. Also, 52% of employers said they are experiencing significant or severe workplace...

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