Four in Five (84%) Managers and Supervisors Believe It’s Part of Their Job to Intervene With Employees Who Are Showing Signs of Depression

One in Three (31%) Have Had Training to Deal with Depressed Employees; Over Six in Ten (63%) Would Like to Receive Better Training

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Toronto, ON – Four in five (84%) managers and supervisors believe it’s part of their job to intervene with an employee who they believe is showing signs of depression, up one point from 2007 (83%), whereas one in five (16%) say this type of intervention is not part of their job. Two-thirds (66%) say ‘they have a strong grasp of...

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Four in Five (84%) Managers and Supervisors Believe It’s Part of Their Job to Intervene With Employees Who Are Showing Signs of Depression

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