Firms not meeting workers’ mental health needs, studies find
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Orawan Wongka
Orawan Wongka
Josh Stephens
Josh Stephens, Reporter

More than one-in-five US workers have had thoughts of suicide and self-harm in the last year, and many doubt their employers would know how to respond, according to a new study.

Released in June, online therapy service provider Wysa’s Colleagues in Crisis report surveyed more than 2,000 US workers across a number of industries, with findings showing that employers have considerable work to do to support their workforce.