Mental illness invisible challenge

Controversy swirls around Facebook photos that show depressed woman on long-term disability looking happy

A person working productively in the office next door or one who always greets others with a warm smile could be suffering from a mental health issue, said Estelle Morrison, Toronto-based director of health management at Ceridian. The expectation mental illness is visible is a common misconception that can be detrimental to workplace well-being, she said.

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