According to a recent study, female employees have a higher incidence of psychological distress than their male colleagues in workplaces where there are more men than women. The study monitored the psychological distress and well-being...
We baby boomers have been lucky. Born into post-World War II prosperity, we grew up with more access to nutrition, medical care and education than any other generation in history. We've had opportunities undreamed of by our ancestors, and...
The shocking truth about mental health in the workplace has been revealed by research carried out on behalf of Friends Life. The new survey shows that huge numbers of employees in the U.K. are still hiding mental health conditions...
Low employee morale adversely affects employee performance. When morale deteriorates, and it's not addressed, at some point it transitions to what is best understood as workplace depression. This can happen when employees feel "overwhelmed, lost or fatigued as a result of...
On Oct. 8, Canada's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Gordon Campbell, hosted a reception in London for 75 business leaders from among the European Union's corporate giants, kicking off the European Business Leadership...
Can you imagine a job "interview" involving a visit to your local pathology center instead of the boardroom table? It might not be as crazy as it sounds. The field of psychology took a huge leap forward last month with an announcement...
Asking an employee for access to his or her family's medical history is difficult to justify in court, legal experts say, just as a new lawsuit puts the issue of "overbroad" medical inquiries in the spotlight.
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