how are you?
Let's be honest. We're all going through some challenges right now. And for good reason. It's been a stressful, unpredictable, confusing situation for a while. And because things have been heavy on a lot of our minds lately, we wanted to check in and see how you’re doing. How you’re really doing. And then offer up some ways we can help.
Introducing The OK-ness Spectrum. It’s an easy way to check in with yourself and see how you’re doing. This is meant to be a tool that will help connect you to helpful resources tailored to what you need right now.
We want to make it really clear—during challenging times like these, it’s ok to not be ok.
The key is to be honest with yourself, and get the support that can make a difference. There’s no need for putting on a brave face, or saying everything is fine. We all need to take care of ourselves, however that needs to happen.
We’re glad you’re here, and we hope this helps.
Click on the current status that best describes how you are at the moment to be directed resources.
The science of your well-being.
Want to know more about your well-being, and how you trend over time? The Well-Being Index is a digital tool that will measure aspects of your well-being and give you tools and resources so you can be more informed and empowered. Download the Well-Being Index app onto your phone. This way, you have it right at your fingertips. If prompted, use the invitation code: MAYO.
cares about you.
Our employees are the heart and soul of everything we do at Mayo Clinic. And that's why the Employee Well-Being team works to equip and empower all of our employees to achieve personal and professional well-being. We know this allows employees to be their best selves, which will, in turn, help us all fulfill our mission as an organization. Additional programs and resources are available on the internet that can help you accomplish your personal and professional goals while also finding a positive work-life balance. See how else we can help at the links below, only accessible within the Mayo Clinic intranet.