REPORT: Women and the Health & Well-being Gap in the Workplace

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A 2024 Report from the Conferences for Women, the nation’s largest network of women’s conferences.

New research shows that 97.63% of women consider health and well-being in the workplace “very” or “extremely” important. However, most don’t use employer-provided mental health and well-being offerings. This report identifies the top six reasons, which include concern about confidentiality and negative repercussions, perceived poor quality, lack of time, and a sense that the true problems lie in the workplace culture.