The importance of an organization’s efforts in the mental resources space cannot be underestimated

Employee burnout rates are higher than ever

Among workers who are concerned about their mental health, 75% cite burnout as their biggest mental health challenge, up from 55% only six months prior.


Room for improvement

Seventy-three percent of employers believe they do an excellent job of addressing workforce mental health. However, only 46% of employees say their organization offers adequate emotional health support. And of those who reported a mental health issue in the last 2 years, only 41% agree.


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Webinars to offer mental wellness support for you and your workforce

  • According to recent Guardian data, half of employers say their workforce’s overall well-being is worse or significantly worse than it was pre-pandemic.2 Our speakers from Spring Health, a leading behavioral health benefits platform address key components that make up an effective mental and behavioral health solution, as well as how to help create a supporting, stigma-free work environment.


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  • Employee burnout results from long periods of stress without the proper level of support and care, either individually or organizationally. Register for and watch this on-demand webinar to learn from a licensed mental health therapist on how to recognize and respond to burnout among your workforce.


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  • Supplement the insights from the Workforce State of Mind report with tips to share with your organization. This on-demand webinar will explore:

    • The most common sleep complaints and their symptoms 
    • The impact of poor sleep on health and well-being 
    • Tips and best practices for getting better sleep 


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The impact of mental health support on workforce loyalty and satisfaction


Of those who say their organization offers adequate mental health support, 76% believe their company cares about them and their well-being.


52% of workers who say their organization offers mental health support say they want to stay at their current jobs for 10+ years.

Job satisfaction

75% of employees who work at organizations with high levels of mental health support are happy at their jobs.

For organizations that do not offer adequate mental health support, the differences are striking. Read more in the Workforce State of Mind report.


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Unless otherwise noted, all data is sourced from Guardian’s 10th Annual Workplace Benefits Study, 2021.

1 Mental Health America, 2022

2 Mental Wellness & the Great Resignation: What employers need to know, Webinar Polling Question #2, February 9, 2022.

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