One in five do not feel it is appropriate to discuss mental health problems at work
Employees over the age of 55 are delaying seeking help for poor mental health due to a lack awareness, research from Bupa UK has found. An intergenerational study revealed that baby boomers were the generation most likely to neglect their mental health, despite two thirds of employees in this age group suffering from symptoms such as anxiousness, continuous low mood, feelings of hopelessness and insomnia. One in five (21%) said they feel it is not appropriate to discuss mental health problems...
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