Mind Share Partners'
Biennial Mental Health at Work Reports
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Mind Share Partners began our biennial Mental Health at Work Report in partnership with Qualtrics to explore the ever-changing landscape of workers’ experiences and perspectives around mental health, stigma, and work.
Each report collected nationally representative samples of 1,500 full-time U.S. workers. Each also included statistically significant sampling from historically marginalized populations: women, people of color, LGBTQ+ workers, and more.
Collectively, our reports have been featured in 150+ media outlets worldwide.
Explore the Reports
As we moved past the pandemic, the future of work needed to go "back-to-basics.” Workers are re-evaluating what truly matters to them. Meanwhile, some employers have continued to innovate and improve the workplace experience while others have scaled back in hopes of achieving a “pre-pandemic normal.”
Workplace mental health was at a catalytic point in time amid the pandemic. Mental health challenges spiked and work itself became a greater strain. At the same time, our collective awareness of mental health grew, too. We were talking about it more and employers were investing in more mental health supports like benefits, meditation apps, and mental health days.
Our inaugural report described mental health as a “crucial factor” in the workplace. Despite ever-growing rates of mental health challenges, most employers were barely scratching the surface in terms of effective mental health support.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Every report maintains statistically significant sampling from historically underrepresented communities. Mental health and diversity, equity, and inclusion are intrinsically tied as different identities and populations face their own unique challenges (and opportunities) around mental health and work.
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Mind Share Partners offers training, strategy, and transformation services to help organizations create mentally healthy workplaces. This includes discovery assessments and benchmarking with our Mental Health at Work Report data.