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What is an Emotional Well-being for employees?
Emotional well-being for employees refers to their psychological state and the quality of their emotional experiences in the workplace. It encompasses aspects such as managing stress, maintaining positive mental health, fostering resilience, and experiencing a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction in their work.
Emotional well-being involves recognizing and addressing emotions, building healthy coping mechanisms, promoting work-life balance, and creating a supportive and inclusive work environment. Prioritizing emotional well-being helps employees feel supported, enhances their productivity and job satisfaction, and contributes to a positive organizational culture.
How it works?
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Help us to get the needs & goals of employee, so that we connect them with the right therapist.
Match with a therapist
Match with a Mantra therapist who is available 24/7 to you via call or chat.
Enroll in the program
Employees get access to self-care tools, yoga & meditation to improve overall wellbeing
Ready to improve your Employee's Emotional Wellbeing?
We offer comprehensive treatment options to meet all your needs. Our network of providers cover a range of specialities to meet your specific needs. Get matched today!
Why choose Mantra for Emotional Wellbeing?
Affordable, Anonymous, & Convenient
Suit yourself with Chat, Video and Phone option
Switch therapist based on your preferences
Holistic care with yoga, meditation and self care tools
Customers get positive results with MantraCare
Frequently Asked Questions
Promote work-life balance, offer mental health resources, encourage open communication, provide stress management programs, and foster a supportive and inclusive work environment
Implement an employee assistance program, offer flexible work arrangements, provide training on stress management and resilience, and create a culture that prioritizes mental health and destigmatizes seeking help.
Encourage breaks and vacations, set realistic work expectations, promote time management skills, provide resources for stress reduction, and foster a culture that values work-life balance.
Signs may include increased absenteeism, decreased productivity, mood swings, and withdrawal. Address them by offering confidential counseling, conducting regular check-ins, and providing access to mental health resources.
Foster open communication, encourage peer support and teamwork, provide opportunities for professional development, recognize and reward achievements, and promote a culture of empathy and understanding.