Employers need to do more to understand mental health problems and to help sufferers remain in and return to work, argues Jan Hutchinson, director of programmes at the Centre for Mental Health, in this opinion piece.
At any one time, one in six of us will experience a mental health condition, most often depression or anxiety. Mental ill health affects people of all ages and every workplace, big or small. It is a reality of life that we too often sweep under the carpet, and we do so at a great price.
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