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Support Employee Mental Health

Creating an environment that fosters a desire
to do good work for a good company is possible.
Good mental health policies make good companies.
If your organization hasn't introduced mental health
policies, at least half of your employees are already
thinking about leaving.

 
 

Improved Employee Morale

Something changes when employees feel valued. Employee morale is something that corporations can't fake. They can only foster it through practices and policies that promote workers' mental health.

 
 

Reduced Turnover and
Increase Retention

The slow drip of the "talent drain" is a serious problem
for companies trying to grow. Create a company culture
that keeps employees engaged, excited, and never thinking
about polishing up their resumes for outside opportunities.

 
 

A Demonstrable ROI

A healthier company culture improves your bottom line from all directions by keeping employees capable of doing their best work.

Improved Employee Morale

Something changes when employees feel valued. Employee morale is something that corporations can’t fake. They can only foster it through practices and policies that promote workers’ mental health.

Reduced Turnover and Increase Retention

The slow drip of the “talent drain” is a serious problem for companies trying to grow. Create a company culture that keeps employees engaged, excited, and never thinking about polishing up their resumes for outside opportunities.

A Demonstrable ROI

A healthier company culture improves your bottom line from all directions by keeping employees capable of doing their best work.

The Problem

Mental Health Isn't Something That "Stays at Home" When the Workday Begins

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Burnout

More than 77% of employees report that they have experienced workplace burnout. This can cause issues like stress, fatigue, lack of motivation, and loss of a sense of purpose.

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Anxiety

Approximately 31% of adults in the U.S. will experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives. Anxiety can have a major impact on a person’s work performance.

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Trauma

70% of adults experience at least one traumatic event in their lifetime. People exposed to trauma experience insomnia, trouble concentrating, and irritability—all things that can significantly affect occupational performance.

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Want Employers To Care About Mental Health

More than 72 % of workers want employers to champion mental health. Unfortunately, more than 63 percent feel that their employers don’t care. This impacts their job satisfaction, and productivity, and makes it more likely they will quit.

How We Help

Solutions That Bring Wellness to Your Company Culture Employers can promote better mental wellness at work. Here’s how Caredness can help.

Identify Employee Needs

Caredness helps employers identify stress points that are causing employees to feel unsatisfied and undervalued. We give employers tools to relieve pain points leading to workplace dissatisfaction.

Provide Wellness Resources

Companies that sign up for Caredness gain access to one-on-one support systems, company-wide support protocols, and 24/7 action through the Caredness app.

Reorient Your Company Culture Toward Wellness

Caredness doesn't just throw resources at your employees. We make sure they feel empowered to use them. Using the Caredness protocol, company leadership is empowered to "take the lead" in demonstrating how to prioritize mental health in the workplace.

Tutorials and Courses

Caredness offers virtual employee wellness courses and tips to help your employers learn how to prioritize wellness. Our wellness training programs cover ways to unwind, prioritize mental health, and work effectively for reduced stress.

Get the Real Story on the State of Workplace Wellness

“Mental Wellness: A Cost-Benefit Analysis by Caredness Co-Founder & CEO Todd Albertson offers an up-to-date glance at employee trends related to evolving worker expectations and behaviors. It answers many questions that CEOs and managers have about why employees are unmotivated, disengaged, and ready to leave. Created to help human resources officers and key decision-makers understand the future of employer-employee relations in light of the Great Resignation era, this whitepaper can bring clarity if:

  • Your organization is having trouble implementing policies that improve productivity and morale.
  • You’re constantly fighting internal fires within your workforce that aren’t being resolved with your current policies.
  • There’s a lack of time, money, and training available to begin offering employees the support they need to thrive.
  • Your organization is struggling with high turnover rates caused by dissatisfaction and burnout.

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