Managers and employees are starting to break down taboos about discussing anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts, with many companies now offering support to those who need it. But it seems there is still a long way to go - and it is in the interest of employers to address the issue.
A report earlier this year by jobseeker site CV-Library found that more than a third of staff working in bars, restaurants and hotels suffer from mental health issues, with nearly half saying their job was a key contributor. It revealed that just more than half of workers (52.2%) have considered resigning from a job due to the lack of support in place.
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