The Hidden Costs of Poor Employee Mental Health: Five Considerations for Choosing a Valuable Mental Healthcare Offering
While many employers see the costs of employee mental health as medical claims and prescription spend, in reality, poor mental health can also result in less engaged teams, lower productivity, and higher costs for employers.
In order to create cost savings for an organization— and improve employee health and happiness — employers can invest in proactive mental healthcare offerings that support the full spectrum of mental well-being.
In this guide, you’ll learn about:
- The less obvious, indirect costs that result from poor employee mental health
- Steps organizations can take to proactively support employees and reduce costs
- How Headspace helps organizations calculate ROI and determine the value of employee mental healthcare