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Smiley face balls Behavioral health benefits top the list of priorities for job hunters: 39 percent of the respondents say the ability to participate in a corporate wellness program would be one of the most critical benefits. (Photo: Shutterstock)

While a certain amount of stress on the job can be healthy and can even boost productivity, chronic stress can take a toll on workers—though many employer programs don’t provide access to simple-to-use behavioral health services, according to Ginger’s 2019 Workforce Attitudes Towards Behavioral Health Report.

Katie Kuehner-Hebert

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