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A recent survey found that the vast majority of corporations offer emotional and well-being resources as part of their corporate platforms and that funding for these programs have increased in the past year — a positive sign amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that the study authors say exposes employees to a higher risk of stress and anxiety.

“Now more than ever, employers are highly focused on employee mental health and well- being as they adjust to the pandemic, economic disruption, and heightened focus on the impact of racial and societal issues,” Ellen Kelsay, president and CEO of the non-profit Business Group on Health, said in a press release.

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