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How to Approach Workforce Mental Health From a Multicultural Mindset



Why now is the time to invest in linguistically and culturally appropriate care.


About the report:

Studies confirm that diverse teams drive greater innovation and growth than their homogenous counterparts.

Simply hiring a diverse workforce doesn’t mean that an organization is meeting its diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging commitments. Inclusion must reach across the organization from leadership opportunities to benefits that meet the needs of a multicultural workforce — particularly when it comes to mental health support.

This report covers:

  • Some of the barriers to accessible, equitable, and inclusive mental healthcare
  • What is means to provide care that's linguistically appropriate and culturally responsive 
  • How to improve outcomes for multicultural groups while fostering a work environment that delivers meaningfully on your diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEI&B) promise


Only 30% of US employers were expecting to make inclusive benefits a key area of focus in 2021,


- Mercer Survey, 2020

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