Wellbeing | 40m work days lost per year due to poor mental health

40m work days lost per year due to poor mental health

Mental health has been a point of discussion among HR leaders for some time, as employees are encouraged to speak openly about their struggles, particularly during the pandemic - in which many have suffered from additional stress and anxiety.

Now, new research has found that more than 11million UK working adults have taken time off work for poor mental health, costing businesses around 40million working days each year.

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