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The conversation around mental health has been gaining traction among employers and benefits teams in recent years, especially in light of the pervasive impacts of the global pandemic on workplace culture and work-life balance. But now with a recession looming, new COVID-19 variants, and the undercurrent of quiet quitting adding to the escalation of burnout, it is clear that more needs to be done. HR and benefits leaders need to take the conversation a step further by introducing the concept of emotional health to their benefits landscape if they want to keep their benefits package up to date.

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