In 2012, KSU’s leadership made a commitment to take a holistic approach to addressing employee well-being, work-life balance and mental health. Since then, creating a culture of health and well-being has become their operational cornerstone.
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Employers are making mental health a priority in response to the soaring costs associated with such conditions like anxiety.
A new study finds lingering health problems in women who experience workplace sexual assault and harassment. These health problems include symptoms of depression, anxiety and poor quality of sleep.
Given recent media coverage of the high-profile suicides, employers should be more aware of how these events have a heightened impact on people’s mental health and well-being in the workplace.
The psychological capital of an organization is an invaluable resource. Employers that understand the importance employees’ mental health see improved employee engagement, and productivity.