There are times when all of us might be feeling depressed and it can affect a person’s mood, concentration and energy levels. Understanding employee depression in the workplace can be challenging. Unhappy employees are likely to find it hard to perform well and this can lead to more sick days or have an impact on staff retention. There are many causes of depression and whilst medically prescribed anti-depressants can help, a successful team needs to be sensitive about each other’s feelings and should be helping employees with depression. Here, our expert presenters show some of the ways this can be achieved for a happier, more inclusive workplace.


Case Studies

Chi Quong
Over the last few years, Chi has noticed that her passion towards work has been dwindling and now she struggles to find one good reason to be exited about work.
Adam Guilbert
Being in full time work with existing medical conditions poses unique challenges. Proper support and understanding can go a long way in making someone feel great about their job.
Ariel Westwood
Constant changes in both work and personal life can bring about a whirlwind of emotions. Feeling that there is no hope can lead to further issues unless you seek for support in good time.

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