How HR leaders can stay ahead on mental health support for workers

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Pandemic-fueled trauma is continuing for employees, new research finds, a sign that employers must not slow down on their mental health efforts.

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According to the new Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition, post-traumatic stress disorder is driving stress levels up and hurting employee resilience and cognition, while risk of PTSD is up 56% when compared to pre-COVID-19 levels. That’s a slight increase from last month, when risk was up 55% from pre-pandemic levels.

“This new data suggests that employees continue to struggle with mental health challenges as a result of the COVID era and that employers must remain focused on support,” says

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