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Improving workplace mental health must be a strategic imperative

Before COVID, a mental health pandemic already existed. And while employers got out front early, employees still need a lot of help.

Bersin: Why companies need ‘right-brain leadership’

A human-centric approach will help leaders succeed in today's new work environment.

HRE’s number of the day: mental health worries

Employees say mental health issues are their biggest wellbeing concern. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.

Number of the day: mental health risk

Seven in 10 employees are at risk for mental health conditions. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.

Why soaring depression rates mean ‘a new mandate’ for employers

Although employers have worked to support struggling workers during the pandemic, significant work remains.

Brooks: How good are you at making ‘the ask?’

If HR leaders want to drive real change, they must develop one of the most important skills in life: advocating for oneself (and for one’s department!).

Boese: Technology’s not-so-new impact on mental health

HR has a clear opportunity to leverage tech to better support their employees.

How well are HR’s strategies helping mental health?

Despite some improvement, experts say there is “still a workplace mental health epidemic that cannot be ignored.”

How my experience with mental health challenges shapes my D&I leadership

This D&I exec formerly with Sanofi North America looks at mental health as a many-faceted diamond.

Mental health numbers ‘going in the wrong direction’

A serious decline in employees’ mental health makes it imperative that employers step up to help, researchers say.