Mental Health at Work Report 2018

In the third year of Business in the Community’s (BITC) National Mental Health Survey, we celebrate the progress that has been made. Good practice exists in some organisations, but for the vast majority of employees, mental health is still a no-go area. The subject cannot be shared with colleagues or managers for fear of discrimination and victimisation. Mental Health at Work Report 2018, produced in conjunction with Mercer, argues managers must make the same reasonable adjustment for mental health as physical health to enable people with mental health issues to remain in or return to work.

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