More than half (55%) of workers say they’re kinder to colleagues than they were pre-pandemic, but many are still not getting the mental health support they need at work, finds a poll of 1,000 British workers by AXA. Some 29% said they were now more open about their mental health with their colleagues, and more than half (57%) felt that the stigma around mental health was declining as a result of the pandemic. Some 49% of UK workers said they feel better able to acknowledge when they may need support, while 46% reported feeling more compassionate to others compared to pre-pandemic. However,...

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