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As corporations enhance their efforts around environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, the “S”—the human impact of business activities—is increasingly starting to include how employers are impacting workers’ mental health and well-being.

So says Paula Allen, senior vice president and global leader for research and total well-being at LifeWorks, a provider of digital and in-person well-being solutions based in Toronto. Allen sat down with Treasury & Risk sister publication BenefitsPRO to discuss the growing importance of mental health in conversations around ESG, as well as why boards and investors are pushing businesses to take into account the well-being of their employees.


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