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Businesses are actively engaging in a modern movement to destigmatize and address mental health issues, recognizing the need for more support in the workplace. Despite these efforts, employees still face challenges. Long hours, lack of control over job responsibilities, and workplace anxiety are contributing to both the labor shortage and the broader national mental health crisis. The lasting impact of the pandemic worsened these issues, with the line between work and home life still blurred for many. Financial worries, cultural shifts, and rising stress levels all point to the need for mental health to be a central focus of workplace policies.

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