Brain in hand The more senior the workers, the more likely they are to view their company’s support of mental health positively.

Most CEOs believe they are doing enough to address mental health issues in the workplace. Many employees, however, disagree.

Ginger, which provides on-demand mental health care, recently completed its “Third Annual Workforce Attitudes Toward Mental Health Report.” Data from nearly 1,300 full-time workers and more than 150 CEOs in the United States found a wide discrepancy. Although 96% of CEOs believe they are doing a good job, only 69% of employees agree.

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