Improving Worker Productivity

Hirschman, Carolyn
December 2005
Employee Benefit News;Dec2005, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p24
The article discusses employee depression management. Depression occurs in a significant minority of patients with serious illnesses and studies show that it also increases the risk of heart disease. Effective treatment of depression in chronically ill patients results in improvements in both their physical illness and their depression.


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