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U.N. agencies urge more action to address workplace mental health

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World Health Organization (WHO) and International Labour Organization (ILO) launch two publications. Aim to prevent negative work situations and cultures while also offering mental health protection and support for employees. 12 billion workdays lost annually due to depression and anxiety, costing the global economy nearly $1 trillion.
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U.N. agencies urge more action to address workplace mental health

The World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization Wednesday urged more action to tackle mental health issues at work around the world.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Time to address mental health issues in the workplace, UN agencies urge

With an estimated 12 billion workdays lost annually due to depression and anxiety, costing the global economy nearly $1 trillion, more action is needed to tackle mental health issues at work, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) said on Wednesday.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Time to address mental health issues in the workplace, UN agencies urge – europeantimes.news

With an estimated 12 billion workdays lost annually due to depression and anxiety, costing the global economy nearly $1 trillion, more action is needed to tackle mental health issues at work, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) said on Wednesday.

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U.N. agencies urge more action to address workplace mental health

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