Recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month
May is Mental Health Month, making it a very opportune time for employers to determine if they are doing all they can to address mental health within their organization.
According to the Center for Disease Control & Prevention, approximately 80% of people with depression have reported some level of functional impairment due to depression, and 27% have reported serious difficulties in their work and home life. Stress is on the rise and mental health issues are becoming more prevalent in the workplace. It’s easy to believe considering everything people deal with on a daily basis – personal health, family issues, work […]