Is your workplace prepared for seasonal affective disorder (SAD)?
How can we manage seasonal stress?
The ‘winter blues’, or being a bit fed up after the conclusion of the Christmas break is a common condition in the early days of January. Yet this, in some cases, can be much more serious. The endless dark nights and rainy mornings can lead to a more disabling seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
9.6 million work days are lost each year as a result of employees suffering from the ‘winter blues’ or Seasonal Affective Disorder, reveals new research from Epson. The survey of over 1,000 UK office workers, carried out by Opinium, finds that 20% of Brits admit to calling in sick because of the winter blues and,…