Survey by British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) and Aviva finds nearly a third of businesses have witnessed increased absence due to mental health
Almost 30% of businesses have seen an increase in the number of staff taking time off due to mental illness, a survey by BCC and Aviva has revealed, suggesting that the issue of mental health is becoming less of a taboo topic for employers and employees. The survey of over 1,000 business leaders across the UK also found that 33% of them have noticed an increase in the length of time that staff are taking off due to mental health issues. The findings indicate that employers are doing more to...
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