Do you care about turnover rates, company culture, absenteeism, productivity, and the bottom line? Then you should care about the effects of mental health in the workplace.
Mental health may be the most critical workplace problem today.
According to the Psychiatric Times, mental health may cost the global economy $16 trillion by 2030.
Depression costs millions of lost workdays in the United States every year… 400 million.
Poor mental health is the culprit of high turnover rates and mass reductions in productivity.
The good news? The most common mental health struggles – anxiety and depression – are very treatable. As an employer, you are in a great position to help employees get the help they need.