New Research from Paycor Finds 86% of Business Leaders are Concerned About Mental Health in the Workplace
CINCINNATI, Jan. 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Human Capital Management (HCM) company Paycor today released “How HR Can Promote Mental Health at Work”. Employees have faced extenuating circumstances over the last nine months that have exacerbated mental health challenges in the workplace. Frontline workers are concerned about their health risks, other employees had to adjust to working from their kitchen tables, and others are navigating remote work while attempting to support remote learning for their children. Paycor found that 86% of business leaders are concerned about mental health in the workplace as a result of the pandemic.
Mental health in the workplace has always been a concern among many, but now it’s reaching an inflection point. According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in five American adults will have a diagnosable mental health condition in any given year an Gallup reports 67% of US workers say they’re burned out.
HR leaders are on the frontlines, but mental health can still be taboo or a topic that is reluctantly talked about. Paycor’s latest report breaks down four strategies on how HR leaders can help their employees thrive.
Key findings include:
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