Caring for workplace wellness is more important than some leaders think, and so is the indirect impact it can have on the bottom line
There are large disparities in how governments around the world address mental health services, but a number of initiatives are prompting conversations and raising public awareness
Debilitating mental illness that wrecks lives and careers is increasingly being addressed as a workplace issue
It inflicts torment on individuals and costs the economy dear, yet mental illness at work is often the elephant in the room that is not addressed or covered by company health insurance
Smart bosses, who take the health and wellbeing of their staff seriously, see the results in the business’s bottom line
When people break down through mental or physical illness and injury, help must be at hand
Staff who have been off sick with stress must be carefully reintroduced to the workplace rather than written off as collateral damage
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