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Improved Mental Health Contributes to Inclusivity in the Workplace

Understanding the relationship between mental health and the workplace

9 in 10 employees say that overwhelming stress negatively impacts the quality of their work.1

The global pandemic not only highlighted the need for a stronger, more comprehensive focus on mental health in the workplace but also underscored the ways in which health impacts all aspects of life and work.

From productivity, stress, anxiety and depression to sleep, financial wellbeing, social connectivity and substance abuse, mental health does not stand alone. In order to tackle this far-reaching and nuanced issue, employers must take a holistic approach that acknowledges both global and local perspectives.

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  • How to understand and remove barriers to mental health by connecting employees to personalized care 
  • How to embed wellbeing into your culture to create a more inclusive and supportive workplace
  • Why an evidence-based mental health and wellbeing program is needed to combat the ongoing mental health crisis 


1.  Deloitte Burnout Survey

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