True inclusive mental health care today means offering a diverse pool of assistance that provides acute, preventative, and chronic behavioral and mental health care. (Credit: Tadamichi/Adobe Stock)

We’ve all seen the statistics pointing to the pandemic’s impact on mental health for employees. With rates of depression and anxiety skyrocketing, and the Omicron variant leading to continued uncertainties, mental health is evolving as a major focus for companies’ HR teams.

Because of this, we’re seeing employers prioritizing and investing in mental health and wellness benefits offerings in ways we’ve never seen before. These benefits are not only setting companies apart at a time when employee recruitment and retention is more important than ever but also are becoming critical for the health of their employees and their business.

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