Mental health at work requires attention, nuance and swift action
The Covid-19 global pandemic is changing the world as we know it. It's changing the conversations we have around work, social interactions, community safety, personal responsibility, and obligations to others. It's also changing the conversations around mental health in the workplace. Once a topic relegated to furtive whispers at lunch or around the water cooler with coworkers, mental health at work is now coming to the forefront as workers seek help for rising stress and anxiety.
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to mental health at work. As we enter 2021, the global workforce is still adapting to the new workplace. HR leaders see challenges in remote work, younger employees are seeking support, and no two countries are feeling the same impact. But one thing is universal: people need more support and they’re turning to their employees for help.
This free whitepaper by Oracle explores how organisations can approach the mental health topic with their employees, and how to support them during these tough times.Download now