Most people uncomfortable talking about mental health issues with bosses, Babylon Health study finds
Almost two thirds of UK adults (61%) are comfortable talking about a mental health issue with their doctor face-to-face, compared to a third (33%) who are uncomfortable speaking about such issues with their doctor via video, research by Babylon Health has revealed. Worryingly, the survey of 2000 found that nearly 80% of UK adults are not comfortable sharing about mental health issues with their employer. This is despite workplace pressures being listed as the second-largest cause of anxiety -...
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