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Workplace mental health: It’s ok not to be ok10 October 2023
With one in five employees experiencing mental illness in their lifetime and an estimated 12 billion workdays lost annually due to depression and anxiety, tackling mental health issues in the workplace may seem insurmountable. Yet according to management expert, Emily Rosado-Solomon, there are pre-emptive quick fixes that employers could take that would make all the difference to employees suffering from chronic mental health conditions - including simply letting employees know that it’s ok not to be ok.
Discover the four steps that employers can take to ease mental stress at work before it starts, and why common sense actions to achieve well-being at work, are not common at all.