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82% of people believe robots can support their mental health better than humans can

Employees are looking for HR leaders to provide support in new ways. Learn how AI can help.

Addressing Employee Mental Health in the New Workplace

Discover how you can support a happier, healthier, more productive
workforce at the Oracle Cloud HCM Virtual Summit.

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78% of employees in 2020 were negatively impacted by their mental health

2020 continues to bring new changes—and challenges—to the way people work and live. The shifting economy and decrease in human interaction have impacted the mental health of many individuals in the workforce. Employees are turning to technology for support, and their organizations must take notice. In order to ensure business continuity, agility, and productivity, HR leaders need to prioritize employees’ mental health and provide them with tools for managing stress, maintaining focus, and preventing burnout. The workforce is ready for the support offered by AI, and HR leaders are primed to drive its adoption as a tool for mental wellness.

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Mental health at work matters, no matter where you are. Click on each of our five key findings below to learn more.

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Mental health at work matters, no matter where you are. 85% of people say their mental health issues at work negatively affect their home life. It's time for organizations to step up.

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Mental Health is Important for Fiscal Health: Emily He, Oracle

In a recently published ‘AI at work’ study, employees around the world said they were likely to talk to a robot about mental health issues rather than their manager. To discuss the findings of the study, People Matters spoke to Emily He, Oracle Senior Vice President, Human Capital Management Cloud Business Group.

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