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According to Total Brain Study: 86% of U.S. Workers Want a Corporate Culture that Embraces Open Mental Health Dialogue

SAN FRANCISCO, May 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --A In an opinion poll released today by Total Brain, working Americans overwhelmingly (74%) agree that their employers genuinely care about the mental health of their workers. Further, nearly half (44%) say their corporate leadership is empathetic when it comes to their mental health concerns. Yet, caring and empathetic leadership is not enough for employees returning to the workplace after a year-long ride on a pandemic-fueled roller coaster.
According to Total Brain Study: 86% of U.S. Workers Want a Corporate Culture that Embraces Open Mental Health Dialogue
"Many corporate leaders are not fully aware of the range of issues and challenges their employees are facing."
Against the backdrop of accelerated vaccine administration and an anxious workforce increasingly being called back to the workplace, half of U.S. workers believe that their employers' have not done enough to address the mental health impacts of COVID-19. Further, survey findings reveal that the vast majority of workers do not feel that their employer has created an open workplace culture when it comes to mental health. A staggering 86% say that they want their employer to build a corporate culture that encourages candid conversations and honest dialogue about mental health issues and challenges.These findings align with a pre-pandemic poll by the American Psychiatric Association stating that as many as half of U.S. workers say they are not comfortable talking about their mental health in the workplace; and one third are worried about the consequences of those conversations.A 
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