You work in superannuation, spending much of your time analysing client data to help understand how best to add value and engage people with their future self.
Every 6 months you are assigned the role of rolling out the employee survey that takes the cultural pulse of the organisation. Covid has not only created a hybrid environment, but has also triggered an organisational restructure.
With so much going on, the survey is paying particular attention to employees' wellbeing. It is trying to measure morale and form an understanding of employees expectations and the changing culture.
It is an anonymous survey, although given your role, you are able to identify individuals. The results to the survey were better than expected, however data suggests there are two people who are experiencing challenging mental health issues.
Within this confidential environment, should you do anything to address this?
What would you do?
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