Does poor mental health cost employees their job?

Does poor mental health cost employees their job?

The impact of poor mental health is slowly coming out of its silent illness shell. A combination of the voices of leaders, clever campaigns, a warm embrace from employers and a new Government report are all bringing the importance of good mental wellbeing to our attention.

With up to 300,000 people with long-term mental health problems leaving their jobs each year, it’s important for employers to pay attention.

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