Mental Health Survey 2023

Mental Health Survey

Mental Health Affecting Workforce In India - Here's What The Report Says

The objective of this mental health survey, 2023, by Mpower is to measure the mental health of corporate employees and understand the expectations of corporate employees, and identify need gaps to drive better mental health initiatives. The objective is also to identify critical drivers of mental health at work and this can help bring change.

This report has been prepared by accumulating information, gathered with the help of various interviews & questionnaires, on the mental health of 3000 corporate employees across major metropolitan cities of India and gaining insight into the different challenges they face in their sector, city, role, age, gender, etc., respectively.

Most importantly, this mental health survey report has been prepared under the extensive supervision of highly experienced and eminent mental health professionals in India who take pride in being a member of Mpower.

Mental Health Survey 2023

Key Findings of Mpower’s Mental Health Survey Report

  • Overview of factors impacting mental health
  • Opinion on work-life
  • Challenges in work-life balance
  • Opinion on leave policy
  • Opinion on remote working policy
  • Opinion on professional growth
  • Stereotyping of female colleagues
  • Concerns about family life
  • Concerns about sexual life
  • Effects of parental pressures on mental health
  • Challenging personal situations

Here are some of the important findings from our survey on the mental health and wellness quotient @ workplace, 2023 :

Download the mental health and wellness quotient @ workplace, 2023 by Mpower to learn more interesting findings from the survey:

Benefits of the Mental health and wellness quotient @ workplace, 2023:

There are several benefits of conducting a survey on mental health, including:

Identifying mental health issues:

A mental health survey can help identify groups of individuals in a particular group or community who may be experiencing mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, or stress. Appropriate support & interventions can be provided by identifying the at-risk groups early on.

Understanding the prevalence of mental health issues:

Mental health surveys can help to identify the prevalence of mental health issues within a particular population or community. This information can be used to develop targeted interventions and programs to support individuals in need.

Monitoring changes over time:

By conducting regular mental health surveys, changes in mental health & well-being can be tracked over time. This information can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions and programs and make adjustments as necessary.

Reducing stigma:

Mental health surveys can help to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues by promoting open and honest conversations about mental health & well-being.

Improving mental health outcomes:

Ultimately, the goal of a mental health survey is to improve mental health outcomes for individuals and communities. By identifying areas of need and providing appropriate support and interventions, mental health can be improved, leading to better overall health and well-being.