United We Care | A Super App for Mental Wellness

In this rat race world demanding work environments, managing work life balance has led to the restating and spreading awareness regarding the importance of mental health in the workplace. As the employees have been crushed between personal and professional life leading to increased amounts of anxiety, stress, burnout, physical illness etc. so the organisations need to take the necessary steps to promote workplace mental health of all the employees. It is crucial to understand the nuances between “mental health issues” and “poor mental well-being.” Mental health issues encompass disruptions in one’s cognitive, emotional, and behavioural state, ranging from temporary challenges to enduring conditions like depression and anxiety caused due to stressful work environments. On the other hand, poor mental well-being refers to a relatively continuous state of experiencing persistent symptoms that hamper daily functioning. While organisations diligently adopt measures for physical health, they often overlook seemingly innocuous habits that can disrupt employees mental well-being, such as late-night sleep patterns and irregular eating habits. Addressing mental health in the workplace can have a cascade of transformative impacts on employees’ lives. Improved mental well-being can lead to heightened subjective well-being, fortified self-confidence, enhanced resilience, amplified productivity, better physical health, a more positive outlook on life, and enriched relationships. Ultimately, fostering a work environment that prioritises mental health and employee well-being can contribute to the overall success and flourishing of both the individual and the organisation. By recognizing the critical importance of workplace mental health, organisations can empower their employees to thrive, fostering a culture of well-being that benefits both the individual and the collective success of the organisation.
This whitepaper will reflect upon
– Analysis of employee well being in various sectors like- IT & ITeS, Retail, BFSI.
– Understanding the levels of anxiety, stress and burnout among employees
– Discussion of some strategies that can flourish employee mental health
– How to manage workplace anxiety, stress and burnout

Business Impact

Workplace Mental Health

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

At United We Care, we strive to make the world a happier place by providing life-changing support and interventions in the mental health care realm. We are a deep tech Generative AI company with a human touch. Our mission is to make mental health and wellness affordable, accessible and adaptable for all. Through our Al-driven, deep-tech platform, we offer safe, secure and inclusive professional guidance right from the comfort of your home. Our array of mainstream and alternative therapies is designed to bring positive change to thousands of lives globally, empowering you to overcome emotional challenges and enhance your mental wellness.

Stella, our AI virtual wellness assistant, helps to provide a versatile and accessible resource for individuals seeking support for their mental well-being. It is capable of providing screening assessments, detecting mental health issues with over 94% accuracy, delivering 24/7/365 personalised support in 29 languages, empowering individuals to prioritise their mental health and well-being.

A good mental health can lead to increased subjective well being, resilience building, improved productivity and performance, better physical health, and a positive outlook towards life. Hence, a focus on mental health becomes important in this rat race world

Employees experiencing workplace stress, anxiety, and burnout may exhibit a range of symptoms, including persistent fatigue, difficulty concentrating, increased irritability, and a sense of emotional detachment from their work. Physical signs may include headaches, muscle tension, and changes in sleeping or eating patterns. Behaviorally, employees may become more withdrawn, have difficulty completing tasks on time, or exhibit a decline in work performance. Emotionally, they may express feelings of hopelessness, cynicism, or a lack of motivation. Cognitively, they may struggle with decision-making, experience memory lapses, or have trouble generating new ideas. Recognizing these various indicators can help organisations proactively address mental health challenges and provide the necessary support to their employees.

For junior management- Provide training on stress management and mental health awareness, while offering access to counselling services and resources for employees. Encourage a healthy work-life balance and prioritise self-care, ensuring junior managers have adequate time off and breaks. For middle management- Foster a positive work environment by recognizing achievements and promoting teamwork, while providing opportunities for personal and professional growth. Offer training to middle managers on supporting their teams' mental health and well-being, equipping them with the skills to recognize and address mental health issues. For senior management- Lead by example in prioritising mental health and well-being, advocating for mental health support programs and resources for all employees. Encourage open and honest communication about mental health, seeking feedback from employees to ensure the effectiveness of mental health support programs.


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