A huge percentage of employees are leaving their jobs because employers have not made good on the pre pandemic promise to prioritize mental health. According to the digital mental health care company Talkspace, two-thirds of employees feel this way. A recent survey by the Harris Poll found that of the 1000 employees contacted, 40% are looking for new employers due to the fact that current employers failed to address mental well-being, 38% are looking for new positions to reduce their stress levels, 28% intend to quit in the next six months, and 27% intend to quit without lining up a new position. 68% revealed that although employers encourage employees to focus on self-care, they offer no resources to accomplish that suggestion. This mass exodus is a cry for help. Employers are in a new unique position to work to remove the stigma associated with mental health struggles. If you are an employer, let employees know that you are going to work quickly to design and implement services that will help them. Communicate how valuable employees are to you, and incorporate mental health practices into your current training curriculums. Survey your employees. Hold town hall meetings. Listen and act on the promise that was made. Be transparent. Admit that you failed to keep the promise, but that you are now working hard to deliver on that promise.