Red, blue faces There is still a lot of work to be done to improve workplace behavioral health, and the lessons of the pandemic have taught us to expect more change and more adjustment in the coming months. (Image: Shutterstock)

Change is inevitable – and change in the workplace is constant. For millions of working Americans, the changes that have transpired over the last 18 months have created a variety of new challenges. Between the pandemic, job demands, family responsibilities and the rest of life, workers everywhere are experiencing change fatigue and burnout.

The ripple effect of the pandemic will continue to impact workers and their behavioral health for the foreseeable future, with nearly half of U.S. workers struggling with mental health issues and alcohol and substance abuse. Now more than ever, employees need support, and employers are best poised to provide it.

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