Mental health word cloud There's a massive shift among employers to destigmatize mental health needs and support employee mental health as workers are shouldering unprecedented mental health challenges .(Image: Shutterstock)

This year has been hard in so many ways, but perhaps the biggest hit has been to Americans' collective mental health throughout back-to-back public health and cultural crises. With pervasive problems like COVID-19, an unstable economy, racial injustice, and timely mental health challenges brought about by stress-inducing events like the recent election, it's no wonder that more than 80% of U.S. workers are experiencing mental health issues in 2020.

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