Investing in an Inclusive Family Approach to Mental Health
How the mental health of employees teens directly impacts workforce productivity
When kids struggle, parents struggle. Working parents have spent 16+ months struggling to balance home and work responsibilities - all while trying to keep their families safe. Families, not employees alone, need support.
This report covers:
- The growing prevalence of mental illness among teens
- How increasingly limited access to effective treatment is helping to fuel a mental health epidemic
- What happens when working parents can’t get their kids the help they need when they need it
- What employers can do to improve access and outcomes for employees and their families
Stress and anxiety contributes 82.6% of the emotional health cases working people suffer. One out of every four people says their job is the top stressor in their life.
- World Health Organization report
Curious about how Ginger can help?
Take a look at this Ginger report: 2021 Workforce Attitudes Toward Mental Health. See the “last mile” challenge: effectively communicating to employees all that is available to them.