One Mind At Work

 

The Future of Workplace Mental Health

Given that most of the world’s population spends one-third of their adult lives at work, employers have a tremendous opportunity to improve quality of life for all people and play a critical role in driving mental health solutions. Moreover, leaving mental health needs unaddressed has costly results like higher absenteeism, increased liability, and lost productivity. We believe that a committed group of CEOs can transform the way we view and approach mental health, brain fitness, and wellbeing in the workplace.

Launched in 2017, One Mind At Work convenes leaders to transform approaches to brain health with the goal of addressing mental health disparities and working towards a society and health care system that acknowledge that there is no health without mental health. With financial support from founding sponsor Janssen Research & Development, LLC, one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, One Mind At Work now has more than 60 global employers in diverse sectors including business, medicine, research, education, law enforcement, military, and civil society.

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December 14, 2020

A Conversation on Workplace Mental Health with Bank of America CEO, Brian Moynihan

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Employer Benefits

Investing resources in workplace mental health as an element of comprehensive employee wellbeing will:

  • Increase retention, recruitment, and productivity
  • Lower absenteeism, presenteeism, and disability
  • Enhance the reputation of your organization
  • Reduce employee-related risks and potential liabilities
  • Reduce total medical costs
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Our Impact

Workplace mental health is a top priority for a growing number of employers.

6M+

People covered by the One Mind At Work charter

60+

One Mind At Work member organizations

One Mind At Work connected us with some of the leading minds in the field of workplace mental health, and gave us the research base, case studies, and network of experts to confidently grow our own efforts as an organization and better understand our employees’ needs.

Sheri Bronstein

Chief Human Resources Officer, Bank of America