With November marking Men’s Health Awareness Month, the topic of supporting men’s health and wellbeing in the workplace is under the spotlight once again. Research has painted a picture of the current state of men’s mental health.
For example, data published on the Mental Health Foundation’s website found that, in England, around one in eight men has a common mental health problem such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
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