Worrying trend | Men HALF as likely as women to access workplace mental health support

Men HALF as likely as women to access workplace mental health support

Worrying new stats show that men are half as likely to reach out for workplace emotional support compared to women.

The data, from Towergate Health and Protection, also shows that although women are more likely to suffer from mental health conditions, men are three times more likely to take their own life.

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