Effective response crucial with mental health issues in men

Recruiters have been warned to respond effectively to complaints from consultants suffering from mental health issues.

New research reveals that most male workers feel they cannot discuss mental health problems with their boss.

The research, released by careers site CV-Library this morning, shows six in 10 men (60.9%) feel they can’t talk about mental health problems with their boss. And when asked the reasons for this, four in 10 (43.8%) believe their professional abilities would...

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