Ipsos MORI, XpertHR and MHFA studies reveal employee reluctance to talk to management
A slew of research studies from multiple sources ahead of World Mental Health Day (10 October) have shown the extent to which - to similar degrees - employees are staying silent about their mental ill-health at work. A study of 3,894 employees across US, Canada, Australia and UK, conducted by Ipsos MORI and commissioned by Teladoc Health, revealed that 82% of employees with a mental health diagnosis have kept it hidden from workplace management. The main reason being fear of the negative impact...
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