Circle of five employees smilling Only by clearly communicating and normalizing the signs of mental health conditions and promoting these resources will employers be able to create a more productive, less stressed workplace. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The emotional, physical and financial tolls of a global pandemic—combined with geopolitical tensions and the return to in-person work—have contributed to an incredibly stressed workforce. It's no surprise that in a recent well-being survey, 86% of employers noted mental health and burnout as a top priority for 2022. Fierce competition for top talent—where great benefits are sometimes more valuable than a big paycheck—has only increased the need for customized, comprehensive employee benefits programs that address mental health and mental well-being at every stage of life.

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