Following the Germanwings tragedy, a study by AXA PPP reveals that seven in ten managers do not believe that mental illness justifies staff taking time out of work. The study also found that a quarter of staff suffer with mental health problems each year and of those surveyed, only 39% said that they would admit that stress, anxiety or depression was the reason for them calling in sick. The mental health charity Mind characterised the survey’s results as "worrying".
Survey by AXA PPP reveals worrying attitude among managers towards employees suffering from stress, anxiety or depression
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