The Conference Board of Canada’s Benefits Benchmarking 2023 project provides timely insights into organizations’ benefits plans, offerings, and strategies. The purpose of this research is to allow organizations to compare their organization’s efforts with those of their peers so as to remain current and competitive in today’s labour market.
This briefing looks at the range of mental health and wellness benefits that organizations offer to employees. What percentage of organizations (small, medium-sized, and large) have mental health strategies? What are the most common health and wellness initiatives? How do organizations support mental health beyond psychological services? What future priorities do organizations have for the mental health and wellness of their employees? How does the investment in employees’ mental health benefit the company’s bottom line?
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Taking action to support employee mental health is critical
Organizations are defining their wellness strategies
Engagement surveys include questions on mental health
Common health and wellness initiatives
Coverage for psychological services is not enough
Supporting mental health beyond psychological services
Future mental health and wellness priorities
Appendix C—Participating organizations