stylized illustration of diverse group of people To maintain the health and performance of their workers, employers need to rethink how they perceive and promote wellbeing across the organization. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Between the stress of the pandemic, social distancing from colleagues and friends, and forgoing daily, dependable routines, employees are feeling everything from untethered to overwhelmed. In fact, in a survey conducted by the National Institute for Health Care Management, a startling 51% of people reported worse mental health at work since COVID-19 started, creating an urgency for improved and expanded employee wellbeing initiatives.

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