What Happens When Mental-Health Issues Get in the Way of Work

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Debra Friedman was quoted in The Wall Street Journal discussing how employers will work to accommodate mental-health needs, but there are limits. Some employers worry that granting accommodations to one worker, such as allowing remote work for an anxiety sufferer or extended leaves of absences, could set precedents, she says. “Maybe you could accommodate it for one person, but accommodating it for 20 people is another ball of wax,” she adds.

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