Report: Majority of UK workers suffered mental health issues 'in silence'
from The Independent
More than three quarters of British workers have "suffered in silence" with mental health issues, a new report has claimed. Seventy-seven percent of employees have at experienced a mental health issue, research by charity Business in the Community said. And for 62 percent of employees, their work has been a contributing factor to mental ill health. While the majority of managers in the workplace acknowledge they have a responsibility for ensuring the well-being of staff, their organization's interests can prevent an effective response, according to the report.
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