How return-to-workplace worries are affecting employee mental health

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Employees’ mental health is worsening as the return to the workplace looms, according to new research, with rates of stress, anxiety, depressed mood and PTSD risk on the rise once again.

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The latest data from Total Brain’s Mental Health Index signals an impending trend reversal among female employees, who had seen remarkable mental health improvements since January. Compared to March, women are showing a 33% increase in feelings of anxiety, a 25% increase in stress, and a 23% increase in depressed mood.

Simultaneously, the growing anxiety and stress among 40- to 59-year-old employees, highlighted in last month’s Mental Health Index, continues to

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