2023 Mental Health Report

Publisher: Businessolver

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2023 Mental Health Report

Over the past three years, HR has been thrust into a tumultuous position as they helped their organizations navigate a pandemic, remote work, shifting compliance requirements, social unrest, a tough economy, and more. But that was supposed to be temporary. Yet three years later, HR's workload is more unsustainable than ever before and it's pushing these professionals to their breaking point. Our eighth annual State of Workplace Empathy Mental Health report takes a look at the conflicting priorities HR is managing, how declining empathy perceptions are coinciding with increased mental health issues, and how the empathy disconnect is crushing culture.