67% of U.S. employers plan to make employee mental health & emotional well-being programs & solutions one of their top three health priorities

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Mental health has become a top priority for healthcare employers as they plan to focus on it in the next 3 years. From offering mental health days to providing employee assistance programs (EAPs), many employers are trying out various strategies to provide care to their staff.

Author: WTW

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