Employee mental health: How to fight the pandemic’s lasting effect and reduce healthcare costs

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COVID-19 has increased mental health needs, and many existing employer solutions are not measuring up. Employees are feeling more stressed than at any other point in their careers, including the Great recession and September 11 terror attacks, and 60% of workers say they are not getting the emotional and mental health support they need during the pandemic.

As employee well-being suffers, the cost to employers is high – including lost productivity, missed work days, unwanted attrition, and 2-3 times higher medical costs. The good news? Employers can put their mental health investment to work for their people and the business.

Please join us to learn:
· What employees want in mental health support
· Why investments in traditional mental health solutions are falling short
· How to meet the full spectrum of employee emotional and mental health needs
· How integrating mental and physical health can improve outcomes
· How to improve mental health access and reduce healthcare costs

Mental health
  • Shantanu Nundy, MD
    Chief Medical Officer
  • Karan Singh, MS, MBA
    Co-Founder and Chief Operations officer
  • Lynn Gresham
    Former Editor-in-Chief
    Employee Benefit News