Mental Health and the Workplace

According to the CDC

Centers for Disease Control

How does poor mental Health and Stress negatively affect employees?

Job performance and productivity.

Engagement with

one’s work.

Communication with coworkers.

Physical capability

and daily functioning.

 1 in 5 U.S. adults aged 18 or older reported any mental illness in 2016.

Workplace wellness programs can identify those at risk, treat, and put in place supports to help people reduce and manage stress.

Depression reduces cognitive performance about

35% of the time

WHO (world health organization) Documents that

Mental health conditions cost employers more than $100 billion and 217 million lost workdays each year. By addressing mental health issues in the workplace and investing in mental health care for workers, employers can increase productivity and employee retention.

sustainable Mental health is Necessary. We can help you get there.