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Armchair psychologist managers: An unexpected risk in America's employee mental health crisis
Armchair psychologist managers: An unexpected risk in America's employee mental health crisis

We’re more aware of mental health problems than ever.

Whether it’s workplace wellbeing initiatives and resources, or social media discussion, the conversation around mental health has grown over the past few years. The United Nations has reported that whilst the pandemic increased the prevalence of mental health issues, it also drove momentum around awareness and accessibility, with a more open and destigmatized dialogue about the impact of mental illness. The likes of GenZ - who are more candid and open about mental health – entering the workforce has helped this cause.

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