Mental Health in the workplace

“How are you today?”

The World Health Organisation revealed that mental health, in particular depression is the leading cause of illness and disability worldwide. Those who suffer from depression or other disorders may be incapable of working to their full potential and sometimes they are unable to work altogether. Fortunately, many of these illnesses can be managed and treated. However, the stigma that still surrounds mental health prevents people seeking out help.

Read the latest Article on Mental Health in the workplace for ways to tackle the stigma.

 
Blog posted: Sophie Lee, Marketing Executive at Williams Kent Ltd
Featuring the Founder and Chairman of Headtorch, Amy McDonald and Angus Robinson

30th November 2017

 

Tags: Employee engagement , HR , Mental Health , Work , World Health Organisation Categories: Uncategorized

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