According to research by Mental Health America, the retail industry — along with manufacturing and food and beverage — has the highest rates of poor mental health. Unfortunately, retail companies often lack the clarity and resources necessary to make the business case for investing in employee mental health. Not anymore.
“When employees come to work, they don’t leave their mental health troubles in the care”Lauri Tenney — CVS Health Senior Director of Benefits, Health and Welfare
This industry-specific report demystifies how to quantify the value of better employee mental health so that you don’t have to.
- How improved mental health impacts your organization’s bottom line
- Why helping your employees access effective care is a good financial decision
- What barriers to mental health care are most problematic for retail employees —and proven ways to break them down
- How your organization can think strategically about investing in workplace mental health
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