Workplace well-being ideas: 23 companies share their mental health initiatives

One day in 2020, a company asked its employees to not show up in the office the next day, and, instead, work from home for “as long as it takes.” Little did they know it would take them months to return to the office — if ever. And business would never be “as usual.

Employee burnout, low morale, work-life (im)balance. These were not just buzzwords anymore. And well-being at work was no more a nice-to-have or a perk to promote your open roles.

The recent pandemic has taken an emotional toll on employees. With mandated lockdowns and nowhere to go, people ended up working long hours. At the same time, they were struggling to juggle between work and home life. The overall stress, a result of this healthcare crisis, has a long-term impact on their mental health, too.

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