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59% of employees named stress and burnout as their top concern

The top priority for many employees today is mental health. One survey, conducted by the Conference Board, found that 59% of employees named stress and burnout as their top concern for workplace well-being. They don’t want to sacrifice their well-being for the financial goals of any company. They don’t want to work somewhere where mental health is not prioritized.

Employers cannot ignore this. As the demand increases for workplaces where mental health is the focus, those in charge must take notice and take action. But this action has to be more than offering mental health “perks” to prospective employees. From my perspective, making mental health an employee perk is not enough — not for the employees requesting a change and not for your organization that really needs it. Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinesscouncil/2021/08/16/why-workplace-mental-health-is-more-than-an-employee-perk/?sh=521b5f30717a





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