Mental Health Action Day (May 20) is a nationwide opportunity to turn awareness into action, helping employers, workers and everyday Americans take steps to educate themselves and improve mental health outcomes for everyone.
Each year, employee mental health conditions cost employers more than $100 billion and 217 million lost workdays. The stress of the pandemic, prolonged isolation and the personal losses many Americans have experienced over the past year only exacerbate this crisis. By addressing mental health issues in the workplace and investing in mental health care for workers, employers can improve employee health and well-being and increase productivity and employee retention.
Join Health Action Alliance and Mental Health Action Day for a special employer briefing designed to help you take concrete actions to raise awareness and improve mental health outcomes for your employees and workers.