Workers Today Prioritize Well Being

In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic caused emotional distress on a global scale and brought the topic of mental health to center stage. Three years after the pandemic, the residual effects —inflation, layoffs, and an unpredictable labor market—continue to have a negative impact on people’s mental well-being. With employers working to recalibrate their culture and benefits to meet changing expectations, offering mental health services stands out to job seekers who want to work for organizations that take mental health seriously..

Today, to attract talent, employers are offering benefits that go beyond the basics; they are incorporating mental health resources into their benefits programs – destigmatizing mental health and adding flexibility that allows employees to prioritize their well-being.

Cultivating an Environment That Prioritizes Well-Being

Over the last year, over 80% of talent has actively sought jobs with organizations prioritizing mental well-being. Employers are offering benefits that align with these trends to support the retention and recruitment of talent.

Read the full article at Recruiting Daily

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