Toronto — The Job Demands and Accommodation Planning Tool from the Institute for Work and Health is intended to help workers with chronic health conditions – including depression, anxiety and multiple sclerosis – work safely.
Bloomington, IN — Stigma toward people with depression may be lessening in the workplace and other settings, results of a recent study by researchers from Indiana University and Pennsylvania State University suggest.
Adelaide, Australia — Employers who don’t prioritize worker psychological health increase their workers’ risk of major depression symptoms, results of a recent study led by researchers from the University of South Australia show.
Feeling sad or unhappy at times is normal – especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of us are doing our best to cope with anxiety and isolation. But at what point does that sadness progress into depression?
London — Workers who experience depression may be less prone to miss work when managers show greater sensitivity to their mental health and well-being, recent research from the London School of Economics and Political Science shows.
Boston – More than 1 out of 8 commercial airline pilots meet the criteria for clinical depression, and a small percentage have suicidal thoughts, according to a study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.