A recent survey by my distinguished colleagues at Lumity, Inc exposes some inconvenient truths about how employers approach workplace mental health.
One of the most perplexing findings:
92% of respondents believe mental and behavioral health influence productivity, but only 49% believe mental and behavioral health benefits are important for the bottom line of their business.
If this is correct, it suggests that many employers can’t connect the dots between productivity and profits — too weird! — or that they have little confidence in Continue reading »