Stress, Mental Health and Your Workforce |  Grant Thorton

Stress, Mental Health and Your Workforce | Grant Thorton

The link between mental health and engagement

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Mental health has soared in Grant Thornton’s latest survey of the state of work in America. Employers who want to win the war for talent need to understand the stressors affecting their employees and what they can do to help manage them. Unfortunately, too many employees fail and take actions that make matters worse, destroying employee engagement.
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\r\n”The relationship between organizations and employees is undergoing a fundamental reset,” says Tim Glowa, Grant Thornton Principal for Human Capital Services. “This can be a huge opportunity for employees who make the effort to understand what really matters to their employees and adjust their benefits and workforce approaches accordingly.”
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\r\nIn this episode of The Economics of the Changing Workforce, Glowa and Diane Swonk, Chief Economist at Grant Thornton, discuss stressors and mental health issues and their variable and unequal effects on American workers. . And they present common-sense solutions that employers can implement today to improve the lives of their employees and improve their competitive position as they compete for talent.

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The link between mental health and engagement

Mental health has soared in Grant Thornton’s latest survey of the state of work in America. Employers who want to win the war for talent need to understand the stressors affecting their employees and what they can do to help manage them. Unfortunately, too many employees fail and take actions that make matters worse, destroying employee engagement.

“The relationship between organizations and employees is undergoing a fundamental reset,” says Tim Glowa, Grant Thornton Principal for Human Capital Services. “This can be a huge opportunity for employees who make the effort to understand what really matters to their employees and adjust their benefits and workforce approaches accordingly.”

In this episode of The Economics of the Changing Workforce, Glowa and Grant Thornton Chief Economist Diane Swonk discuss stressors and mental health issues and their varying and unequal effects on American workers. And they present common-sense solutions that employers can implement today to improve the lives of their employees and improve their competitive position as they compete for talent.

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