The Hidden Cost: Why Mental Health is Business’s Greatest Challenge

Poor mental health has emerged as a formidable challenge for businesses, impacting productivity and overall corporate health. A recent assertion by Shalini Khemka CBE, CEO and founder of E2E, underscores the urgency for employers to address this issue head-on. Backed by striking statistics and insightful analysis, this article explores the profound effects of mental health on business and the crucial steps needed to foster a supportive work environment
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Elizabeth Jenkins-Smalley

Editor In Chief at The Executive Magazine

Shalini Khemka CBE, CEO and founder of E2E, asserts that poor mental health is the most significant issue confronting businesses today.

The impact of mental health on business is supported by alarming statistics. A 2020 Deloitte report highlighted that poor employee mental health costs UK employers between £42 billion and £45 billion annually, ...


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