Mental well-being is an increasingly important concern for U.S. workers—which means it’s increasingly important for U.S. employers as well. Initiatives promoting mental health are being integrated more and more into workplace policies, with strategies like expanded access to counseling and stress-reduction workshops, as flexible arrangements are becoming more commonplace to support work-life balance.

To spotlight the organizations prioritizing the mental well-being of their employees, Newsweek has partnered with data researcher Plant-A for the inaugural ranking of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Mental Well-Being, which lists the top 750 U.S. employers making a positive difference in the mental wellness of their workers.


See the full list on Newsweek