Gen Z might be the generation of social media, but it's also the generation that's speaking out about the importance of mental health. According to a recent survey from TalentLMS and BambooHR, 82% of employed GenZ'ers want mental health days, and 42% would quit their job if they experience burnout or a lack of work-life balance. Dr. Natalie Dattilo, clinical psychologist and founder of Priority Wellness, explains the reasons behind this, and how others can put their mental health first, both at work and in their everyday lives.