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Improving Construction Mental Health Risks

Achieving Lower Medical Spend
By Investing in Employees' Mental Health 

Construction has the highest suicide rate of all industries and nearly twice the rate of substance abuse as the national average. Taking steps to help your employees improve their mental health will improve productivity, employee retention, safety, healthcare costs and the overall health of your organization.

Download the case study to learn more about: 

  • The correlation between mental health, lifestyle choices, and biometrics. 

  • How this wellness program decreased medical spend by focusing on mental health initiatives. 

  • The benefit of implementing a customized wellness initiative that targets your population's risks. 

Source: 2020 COVID-19 Benefits Survey, U.S. 2019/2020 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey, U.S.

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