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90% of employers say they’re investing more in mental health programs - BenefitsPro

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Employers are doubling down on mental health resources while shifting some strategies to remote and digital offerings.

Illustration of holistic health In addition to the mental health, mindfulness, and stress management investments, other areas of investment were telemedicine and COVID 19 vaccinations.

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to create business disruption and increased stress for employees, companies are signaling they are ready to invest significant resources to provide mental health and wellness programs for workers, a new study has found.

The 2022 Employee Wellness Industry Trends Report, released by Wellable Labs, found that 90% of employers reported increasing their investment in mental health programs, 76% were increasing investment in stress management and resilience programs, and 71% were increasing investment with mindfulness and mediation programs.

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