The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) reports that serious mental illness issues cost the US an estimated $193.2 billion in lost earnings per year.
As businesses continue to adjust to life post-COVID-19, ensuring a safe workplace, constantly assessing operations, and bringing employees back to work, comes with a whole new set of labor and employment challenges. Many businesses were forced to adopt a new remote, ‘working from home’ model for their employees, which created an extra point of focus for HR and leadership.
The need for employers and organizations to provide mental health support for remote workers cannot be ignored and is a critical step for the sustainability of every business.
To this end, Remote Monitoring solutions are emerging as the new normal and seem to be having a significant impact on improving the quality of healthcare and mental health support.
This easy-to-read guide suggests best practices on how employers and HR professionals can preserve their workforce’s mental health while they work remotely.
mental health support and care matters now more than ever.
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