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January 19, 2022
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Mental health support is lacking, despite a rise in anxiety

A survey carried out by mental health organisation, TalkOut, claims that 56 percent of UK workers haven’t received any mental health support or advice from their employer since the pandemic hit in March. The study – which surveyed 1,500 UK workers – suggests that 68 percent of respondents had felt anxious and apprehensive about returning to work, while 35 percent said that their mental health is worse now compared to before the pandemic. On top of this, just over half (51 percent) of respondents said they have felt uncertain about the future of their job since the start of the…
Mental health support is lacking, despite a rise in anxiety

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