Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Effects of Depression on Workers’ Compensation

A study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology reports that depression can lead to absenteeism and lower productivity. The study reported that in the year 2000, workplace costs of depression exceeded $51 billion. By 2010 the economic cost to the United States had grown $210.5 billion, indicating that depression is a significant issue for

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