According to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends Report 2019, issues related to
well-being, productivity and burnout have grown over the last five years. Many pressures coming from the digital world of work, to always be online and responsive, have challenged the well-being and mental health of many workers.
Companies are increasingly relying on innovations in education and business development to strengthen and reposition themselves as brands and employers to attract these generations. Aside from helping to reduce employee turnover and improve employer branding, workplace learning can also help to combat mental illness and improve job satisfaction by providing employees with opportunities to develop themselves further and grow in their careers.
Let’s take a look at a few ways you can promote mental health and well-being at work to help retain employees and attract new talent.