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Mentally-Stressed Employees Hit Employers’ Bottom Line  

Workers struggling with their mental health are a big concern for 71% of employers who feel this dynamic is negatively impacting their companies’ finances. That's according to new research from The Hartford.

thumb down 1426814 640The study by the insurance giant also finds that 34% of U.S. workers reported feelings of depression or anxiousness at least once a week this year. This is up from 20% in 2020.

“Our data shows an undeniable, direct correlation between employee mental well-being, mental health support, and the impact to a company’s bottom line,” The Hartford’s Chairman and CEO Christopher Swift said.

“Employers who want a contemporary, inclusive workplace that supports its people should proactively invest in mental health, with an eye to empathy and equity. The need is real, and the time is now.”

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