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13 September 2018, 03:56 | Silvia Roy
The survey revealed only half of those who had experienced poor mental health had talked to their employer about the issue, suggesting as many as one in four United Kingdom workers is struggling in silence with problems such as anxiety, low mood and stress.
The charity said the findings suggest as many as one in four workers is struggling in silence. "The new online Mental Health at Work gateway will change that".
More than 58,000 working days were lost as a result at Yorkshire's fire, police and ambulance services, an increase of 33 per cent since 2014/15.
Speaking at the launch of the Mental Health at Work campaign in Bristol, England, in partnership with Heads Together and the Mind mental health charity, the Duke of Cambridge reveals he sometimes struggled after coming home from his job.
The gateway brings together information, advice, resources and training that workplaces can use to improve wellbeing and give employees the mental health support they need.
"People spend more time there than nearly anywhere else, yet research shows that it's also the place where we're least comfortable talking about mental health".
William said he wanted the gateway to be a "big shift in working culture" and ensure that dealing with mental health is a part of the everyday working life.
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The charity Mind conducted the survey, which included almost 44,000 participants.
Mind chief executive Paul Farmer said: "Over the last few years employers have begun to take staff wellbeing more seriously and we know that many are doing great work around mental health in the workplace". The study noted that "up to five million workers in Britain will experience a mental health issue this year".
"The Mental Health at Work website will help employers to get started, whatever their size - and I know what a godsend that will be for other employers and employees alike". A Deloitte study released in 2017 found that mental health issues cost United Kingdom employers between £33 billion and £42 billion each year.
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