One in three employees take time off due to mental health

Adam Saville
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One in three employees take time off due to mental health

The majority of managers do not have suitable training

According to NHS data, 31% percent of employees miss work due to mental health issues and only 24% of managers have received adequate training, a study from Business In The Community shows. Meanwhile, employees are reluctant to discuss their psychological issues with their employee or line manager due to the stigma still attached to the issue, the workplace specialist Instant Offices has pointed out. "Within every business, there will be those who suffer in silence to the point that control...

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