Can You Afford to Cover Your Employees’ Chronic Mental Health Conditions?

Providing mental health benefits for employees with ongoing mental illnesses is expensive, but letting these conditions go untreated can be far more costly for a business due to increased medical costs and the impact on performance, productivity, and

Lessons from the 988 Lifeline: How Employers Can Support an Employee with an Acute Mental Health Crisis

The Care Stack Layer 3: Acute Care As more companies take action to support the mental health of their employees, HR and benefits leaders are doing what they can to cover services like virtual therapy and wellness practices, but what happens when an

The HR/Employee Mental Health Divide: How to Increase Utilization of Corporate Mental Health Programs

Rolling out a corporate mental health benefits program is a complex process, but with help from providers, company leaders can learn the soft skills needed to improve communication, build trust, and overcome barriers to care. Helping employees with t

How Do You Manage Your Way Out of the Quiet Quitting Crisis?

The term “quiet quitting” has gone viral across social media over the past few months, and although the term is relatively new (a search for “quiet quitting” on Google trends shows an abrupt rise to a peak in late August), the idea has been a

The Impact of Children’s Mental Health on the Workforce

How the youth mental health crisis is disrupting employees and what employers can do to help

How one of the largest consumer and B2B digital mental health companies is connecting DEIB and mental health to support its own employees

The past two years have brought unprecedented attention to the issues of mental health and social justice. The combined strain of the pandemic and racial injustices across the US forced many people, especially millennials and Gen Zs, to reexamine the