Today is World Mental Health Day and the World Health Organisation are this year focussing on depression which is identified as a major issue in the workplace. The Mental Health Foundation have published research suggesting that British workers are the most depressed in Europe, which is possibly unsurprising given the tough times we have faced and the continuing uncertainty about our economy, with redundancies still common news and pay rises a distant memory for many employees. Businesses however are still under-estimating mental health in the workplace and yet really can’t afford to ignore the issues which may be impacting on absence levels, productivity, disciplinary and grievance matters. What do you do in your business to monitor the health & well-being of your employees, to ensure you are aware of mental health concerns and to maintain high morale and a positive workplace?

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