Toxic Workplace Culture 10 Times More Likely To Drive Employees Away, Study Shows

Toxic Workplace Culture 10 Times More Likely To Drive Employees Away, Study Shows

As we ended 2021 and began the New Year, mental health issues were on the rise. One of every three employees said their return to the workplace had a negative impact on their mental health, and they’re feeling anxious and depressed, according to a study from McKinsey and Company. Another poll of 1,000 people by All Points North (APN) Lodge, (APN Lodge) found that Americans are confronting more mental health issues such as 36.7% more anxiety, 32.5% more panic attacks and 27% more depression due to these events. The perceived stigma of having a mental health challenge is keeping many from seeking treatment. More than half of Americans (54%) are seeking help to cope with trauma.

“As the data shows, an increasing number of individuals are struggling with mental health, which of course makes sense—it’s been quite a year,” said Noah Nordheimer, CEO of All Points North Lodge. “But the only way we’ll get through it is by taking the steps to improve ourselves and our minds. At APN, we want all of our clients to feel that they are supported and being treated for their own individual struggles.”

https://www.forbes.com/sites/bryanrobinson/2022/02/03/toxic-workplace-culture-10-times-more-likely-to-drive-employees-away-study-shows/

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