From burnt-out bank bosses, to insurance brokers isolated at home, the financial sector is suffering a surge in mental health issues exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, financial services companies often lack the clarity and resources necessary to make the business case for investing in employee mental health. Not anymore.
Employees suffering from insomnia or anxiety
are costing firms, on average, over 2.5 times as
much as their healthy counterparts; a staggering
difference of $7,927 per employee.Claims data from 25 self-insured employers
Our new industry-specific report demystifies how to quantify the value of better employee mental health so that you don’t have to.
- How improved mental health impacts your organization’s bottom line
- Why helping your employees access effective care is a good financial decision
- What barriers to mental health care are most problematic for your workforce —and proven ways to break them down.
- How your organization can think strategically about investing in workplace mental health