By its very nature, HR is the guardian of those in the office.
If mental health issues are affecting an employee, HR should always be the first port of call in the workplace; it’s drummed into workers – and rightly so – that all mediation, illness and major frustrations should be HR’s business. For the most part, this is exactly what the function is for, and so much emphasis is put on imploring employees to utilise the HR resources they have.
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