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One in five U.S. adults lives with mental illness.
That means a significant number of your employees may be suffering daily in their silent battles — and most of the time, colleagues and managers might not even know.
Is something so personal, like an employee’s mental well-being, a company’s business? The short answer is yes. Employee mental health has a direct and long-term impact on your company. Unsupported mental illness compromises an individual’s overall health, ambition at work, subsequent career growth, and overall life satisfaction.
But how can employers provide the support necessary? The key is empowering your workforce by leveraging the use of EAP benefits, an employee assistance program may be paying for already...