LifeWorks' Mental Health Index shines a spotlight on the current mental health status of employed adults amidst the COVID-19 pandemic across Canada, the United States, United Kingdom and Australia.
Benchmarked against 2017-2019 data, fluctuations in the Index can predict cost and productivity risks while informing the need for mental health investments by business and government.
Inside each report you’ll find:
The Mental Health Index is published each month.
After four months of improvements, the mental health of working Canadians has declined in June 2022.
- At 64.1, the mental health of Canadians declined modestly from the prior month.
- 33% of working Canadians have a high mental health risk, 43% have a moderate mental health risk, and 23% have a low mental health risk.
- All mental health sub-scores have declined from May to June 2022.
- Mental health scores declined in all provinces apart from British Columbia and Saskatchewan.
- The mental health score of non-managers has fallen below that of managers and the national average for the first time since February 2022.