Putting employee mental health first in 2022

Children’s behavioral health care is facing a crisis. Two years of school closures, quarantines, and COVID stress has taken a toll on kids' behavioral health, with parents having nowhere to turn — and leading to many quitting their jobs. What can HR leaders do to better support employees with kids at this time? How can employers attract and retain valuable talent through the Great Resignation?

Brightline employee mental health 2022 guide

Tips for supporting employee mental health

Brightline’s own research shows that more than one in five parents have quit or are planning to quit their jobs in order to care for their kids’ behavioral health needs. Rather than trying to fight a new reality, employers need to develop a plan to adapt. This guide aims to help companies do just that.

Download the guide to learn about:

  • The link between family behavioral health and employee productivity

  • Tips for supporting employee mental health

  • Benefits and policies that help attract and retain top talent