So what does low perceived need really mean?
Many employees simply don’t know that their struggles are mental health-related.
If they’re asked, “Have you ever felt that you might need to see a mental health professional?” the answer is often “no” despite their (unaddressed!) symptoms.
Download the report to learn:
- Why a low perceived need for care keeps employees from the help they need
- How a Fortune 100 retail company tackled low perceived need by increasing awareness & understanding
- The true story of Helen’s journey to care
- Real-world tactics to combat this barrier for your employees
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