Employees who can speak openly about mental health with managers are less likely to take days off, study published by British Medical Journal suggests
A study of depression in the workplace across 15 countries by Personal Social Services Research Unit has found that managerial mental health support is directly associated with less absenteeism and more presenteeism. Published in BMJ Open, the report said ‘manager reactions' are ‘at least as important as country financial resources'. ‘This study highlights the importance of effective policies and practices which help managers to actively support employees with depression, including strategies...
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