The fallout from the ongoing pandemic isn’t limited to surging cases and hospitalizations–its mental health aftermath persists, too. People worldwide are grappling with a perpetual stream of crises, from wildfires and flooding to political strife and racial injustice. In May 2021, 47 percent of Americans said their mental health had declined since the pandemic struck. While COVID-19 has exacerbated both existing and new
mental health needs, this is not a pandemic-era problem. The need to support your employees’ mental health existed well before 2020 and will be
with us long after the pandemic is over.

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