Mental health in the work place is often an overlooked topic. But as workers continue to feel stressed and overwhelmed in their jobs, what can companies do to help their workforce?
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The workplace is a space where workers must feel comfortable in. However, more employees complain of issues which is hampering their productivity,according to Aspect
While mental health is an important subject to address, employers must give more attention to female employees and ensure their wellbeing