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Younger employees continue to feel the impact of mental health challenges in the workplace. Although the COVID-19 public health emergency will officially end later this month, employers need to remain engaged in meeting the needs of their workers.

“An employer’s role in addressing employees’ mental health as it relates to the workplace has obviously become increasingly important,” says Wendi Safstrom, president of the SHRM Foundation. “Finding, communicating and providing access to the benefits and support that reflect the needs of your employees, especially in a multi-generational workplace, is key.”

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