A whopping 41.5% of people reported symptoms of anxiety or depression in 2021.
For a company of 1,000 people, just focusing on addressing depression can reduce company costs by $340,000.
Mental health impacts everything we do as human beings. Mental health is so pervasive that it impacts everything humans do at work. Thus, it affects every aspect of a business.
When mental health is supported at work, everyone benefits – from the individual contributor to the CEO.
If your company isn’t addressing employee mental health right now, don’t worry! It’s not too late. You are missing one of the most crucial tools in today’s business world, but there is still a chance to provide what your employees really need.
So, if mental health is so impactful, how do you start measuring the ROI on employee mental health programs?
- Break the ROI elements down into measurable categories
- Understand the difference between the quantiative and qualitative benefits
- Start measuring progress and seeing the positive impact!
Keep reading because this article will teach you how to communicate those benefits to your company leaders as well.