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Mental health issues in the workplace can adversely impact employee attendance and turnover, work performance and productivity, and relationships between coworkers. There are many ways that companies can assist employees with mental health issues—such as bipolar disorder, depression, and others—to be productive, valuable contributors in the workplace.
The first step is for HR professionals to understand the complexities of mental health issues and the types of accommodations that may allow employees with mental health issues to be productive. Here we've gathered resources to help you manage mental health issues in the workplace.

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