How to help those who need it
We spend so much time at work, yet we don’t feel it’s a safe space to open up
We spend an average of 90,000 hours at work during our lives, so our colleagues tend to be the people we share most of our time with.
Sadly, social barriers and the idea of having to maintain a veil of “professionalism” mean that the workplace is often the last place people feel comfortable talking about their mental health.
Too often, employees are scared to open up for fear of discrimination, and this means that...
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