Instant Insights Mental Health Awareness Month
Employee mental health is becoming an important issue for employers, and one of the ways to help workers is through their employee benefits packages. Here we look at trends, build awareness, and share ideas for benefits managers and brokers.
Employees struggle with presenteeism for an average of eight working days a month. Time to call in the EAP counselor?
Adults with employer-sponsored insurance are more likely to actually get care for a mental issue and pay less out of pocket.
The vast majority of respondents in a recent poll think that having a mental health disorder is nothing to be ashamed of.
This article will address what brokers ought to look for in a “digital EAP,” from the technology itself (does it just replicate an existing service in digital form or does it transform that service into something significantly more efficient and effective?) to evaluating whether your EAP partner is capable of providing thorough and comprehensive implementation support.
Mental health issues not only weigh down new mothers but also often go untreated, leading to $14.2 billion in economic costs.
One out of three respondents in a recent survey have paid directly for behavioral health services because their benefits are inadequate.
A recent jury verdict serves as a reminder of the importance of treating mental health issues consistent with the ADA.
Companies are waking up to the impact of mental health on business goals and putting strategies in place to improve.
Even small additions can go a long way in helping alleviate employees' stress.
Researchers found that getting out of debt literally improves people's cognitive abilities.
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