A Collaborative Effort

Wellbeing in the Workplace

This collaborative effort brings together coalition companies and organizations to support employees’ mental health and wellness.

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Mental Health and Wellness
Mental health and wellness are strategic imperatives for American business. Depression, anxiety and feelings of isolation and hopelessness not only plague productivity and work quality, they can have a real impact on employee morale and our sense of shared purpose. By addressing problems and providing support early on, employers have the opportunity to prevent much more serious outcomes in their employees’ lives.
Employees Impacted
The companies that have signed the pledge to date represent more than 9,334,257 employees.
Committed Companies
Businesses of all sizes have signed the pledge.
Core Actions
Companies who sign the pledge work to prioritize mental health and focus on six core actions.
the campaign
Overcoming the stigma
On November 13, 2019, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, in collaboration with the President’s Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End the National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS) Executive Order Task Force and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, launched Wellbeing in the Workplace, a collaborative effort to prioritize mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. As part of the effort, coalition companies and organizations are signing a Pledge to Prioritize Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing in the Workplace. The pledge not only works to overcome stigma associated with mental health challenges but commits to providing employees with the services and resources needed to promote mental wellness. The pledge also emphasizes the important role that veteran employees can play in reducing stigma and creating resiliency in the workplace.
Together, we can make a meaningful difference in our employees’ lives and strengthen our communities.
Eric Eversole
President, Hiring Our Heroes
Wellbeing Guidebook
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs present a Practical Guide for Employers on Wellbeing in the Workplace. This guide will help businesses of all sizes take measures to prioritize mental health and emotional wellbeing in the workplace.
Committed Companies

Businesses of all sizes and from a diverse group of industries have taken the pledge.

• Accenture
• Amazon
• America’s Warrior Partnership
• Bank of America
• Boeing
• Booz Allen Hamilton
• Capital One
• Centerstone
• Cerner
• Cicero
• Cisco
• Comcast NBCUniversal
• Cushman & Wakefield
• Deloitte
• Department of Defense
• Department of VA
• Easter Seals
• Edelman
• Freedom Learning Group
• General Electric Co.
• George W. Bush Institute
• Grant Thornton
• HCA Healthcare
• Hillrom
• Hilton
• IMAC Regeneration
• Johnson & Johnson
• JPMorgan Chase
• Leidos
• Lockheed Martin
• McKinsey
• Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute
• Microsoft
• National Council for Behavioral Health
• Nestle
• One Mind
• Pentagon Federal Credit Union
• Philips North America
• Prudential Financial
• PsychArmor
• RallyPoint
• Sanford Health
• Soldier Strong
• Sprint Business
• Starbucks
• T-Mobile
• Team RWB
• U.S. Chamber Foundation
• Verizon
• Veterans Bridge Home
• Walmart
• Wounded Warrior Project

Join the 50+ companies who've committed to prioritizing mental health in the workplace
Make the Pledge