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Mental Health in Multifamily

Mental well-being in the workplace is no longer an option but a standard practice.
Do you have the necessary resources to support your employees?

When you take care of your employees, they will take care of your customers.

Employee well-being is critical in retaining staff and improving overall morale and workplace efficiency. Mental health used to be a topic that was rarely discussed in the realm of business. But as reputable studies* have shown, a passive approach to employee well-being will no longer suffice.

When Employees Feel Mentally Well and Supported

Increased Productivity

More likely to:

  • Be engaged
  • Focused
  • Motivated in their work


Enhanced Innovation

More likely to:

  • Think creatively
  • Generate new ideas
  • Approach challenges with a fresh perspective

Improved Teamwork

More likely to:

  • Communicate effectively
  • Resolve conflicts constructively
  • Collaborate with colleagues in a supportive and respectful manner

Reduced Turnover

Less likely to:

  • Experience burnout
  • Experience stress-related illnesses that may result in prolonged absences

Supporting Employee Mental Health Is Crucial

50% of respondents stated they’d left a job in part due to mental health reasons. What is your employee turnover costing you?

Mental Well-Being Policy

Want to initiate change but aren’t sure where to start? We have released a new Mental Wellness policy in our Employee Handbook policy manual!

With Grace Hill, you can help support to your team members by identifying signs or symptoms of stress and sharing mental wellness resources.

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Embrace Self-Care and Drive Performance

Great leaders set the example they want the organization to follow. This webinar flips the script on traditional leadership training courses and focuses on how self-care can help leaders thrive instead of just survive. 

"Mental health is the workplace crisis of our time. We don’t feel that taking care of mental health is something that should just be lumped in with PTO or sick days."

- Lynee Luque, NerdWallet’s Chief People Officer
(Wall Street Journal, 2023)

Mental Health in the Workplace

Since 2020, 40% of rental-housing professionals said they have had to take time off work for mental health reasons. Not having a strong self-care culture and accessible mental health resources impacts turnover and recruitment efforts.

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