Poor management increases risk of depression among staff by 300%, study finds

Poor management increases risk of depression among staff by 300%, study finds
Poor management increases risk of depression among staff by 300%, study finds
Poor management increases risk of depression among staff by 300% - and men are more at risk because companies overlook their mental health, study finds Ignoring employees' mental health at work increases depression by 300% This includes undervaluing staff and imposing unreasonable demands on them The study also found that men are more likely to become depressed Bullying in the workplace is also a sign of poor management This not only impacts the victim, but others who witness the attacks Victims and observers are likely to be diagnosed with depression as a result 

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A year-long study in Australia found companies that fail to prioritize their employees' mental health increases the rate of depression among staff by 300 percent.

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Researchers at the University of South Australia analyzed psychosocial safety climate (PSC), which refers to policies, practices and procedures for protecting employees' mental health and safety.

The team found workplaces that fail to acknowledge employees' hard work and impose unreasonable demands  places workers at a higher risk of developing depression. 

Men are also likely to become more depressed because most workplaces tend to overlook their psychological health.

A year-long study in Australia found companies that fail to prioritize their employees' mental health increases depression among staff by 300 percent. Men are also likely to become more depressed because most workplaces tend to overlook their psychological health

A year-long study in Australia found companies that fail to prioritize their employees' mental health increases depression among staff by 300 percent. Men are also likely to become more depressed because most workplaces tend to overlook their psychological health

An estimated 300 million people worldwide suffer from depression and with no sign of the statistic falling, more attention is now being paid to poorly functioning work environments which could contribute to the problem, according MedisineNet

According to Anxiety & Depression Association of America, 40 million adults in the US are affected by an anxiety

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