Mental health will be a high priority for employers in 2022
Companies increasingly are taking action to attract and retain top talent by focusing on employees’ well-being.
By Alan Goforth|December 24, 2021 at 09:34 AM
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For nearly two years, employers have talked about getting back to normal when the pandemic ends. Most now realize that the new normal will look different than the old one.
“The pandemic changed a lot of things — probably permanently — about the relationship between people and the way they view work,” said Chester Spell, PhD, a professor of management at Rutgers University who studies psychological health and well-being in organizations. “This intimately ties in to the job stress-mental health link. Employers are realizing the veil has been lifted and are looking for ways to attract and retain good employees.”
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