Mental well-being is crucial to success in the workplace. According to a recent study, stress in the workplace is reaching epidemic levels, with 43 per cent of employees reporting that they are either extremely or very stressed at work.
A separate study found that 61 per cent of workers are looking for jobs with better work-life balance and fewer stressors. Mental well-being needs to become an essential part of how we measure employee performance and career progression because it leads to increased retention, productivity, and engagement. We know that happy employees are more productive and collaborative team members who are quicker to solve problems, more likely to come up with creative solutions, and able to recognise new opportunities for growth.
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