Stay at Work™
Employers today understand the impact of mental health on their workplace. That’s because the costs of reduced productivity, presenteeism and absenteeism are rising dramatically. This is an issue that now has the attention of the C-Suite. Leaders recognize the long-term strategic and performance costs at play.
While wellness and management training programs are creating healthier work environments, employers require solutions for employees at risk. Early intervention and treatment will help them recover while they’re still on the job. In fact, we know that 80 percent of employees who receive treatment early, will recover fully.1 This greatly reduces the impact on poor productivity in a demanding workplace. It also helps the employer to avoid unnecessary disability costs. Most important, it keeps a valued employee at work.
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