HR Misses the Mark with Employee Mental Health

What’s Inside?

Whether employees find it difficult to access the benefits and programs being offered, or organizations are not getting at issues causing stress and burnout at work, the current approaches to mental health in the workplace are not meeting the mark. In our 2024 Workplace Well-being study, we examined well-being and specifically, mental health, through a survey of HR leaders and knowledge workers across the U.S. Our findings revealed how HR leaders and knowledge workers see the state of mental wellness at their organizations and actions organizations and practical actions leaders can take to help employees with mental health challenges and contribute to their overall well-being.

About the Study:

This study surveyed 500 HR leaders and 500 knowledge workers in the United States between November 22nd and December 3rd, 2023. Survey participants were evenly distributed between large, small, and mid-sized organizations and came from varied industries.

Data Highlights:

  • 8 out of 10 HR Leaders are positive about their organization’s well-being – But only 57% of Knowledge Workers are. 
  • 1/3 of Knowledge Workers say their current job has a negative effect on their well-being. 
  • 68% of those surveyed feel there are repercussions on the job for seeking professional counseling.

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