HR Guide to Mental Health: Depression in the Workplace


Mental health is a core focus for all employers, no matter how small or large. It is something no employer can afford to ignore. We all have mental health just as we have physical health – it moves up and down along a spectrum from good to poor. Considering how much time we spend at work, it is not surprising that our jobs can affect our wellbeing. One of the most common mental health problems affecting most people in the workplace today is depression.
 
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Age Falsification - Is it a serious matter to HR?


 
My name is Martha and I was born in 1985. I finished secondary school at the age of 17 in 2002 and could not pass my WAEC at a sitting, but eventually made my five credit passes including Maths and English after three attempts at the age of 19 in 2004. I passed JAMB after five attempts before getting admitted into a university at the age of 23 in 2008. While in University, the prolonged ASUU strikes stretched a four-year programme by extra two years, leading to my graduation at the age of 28 in 2013. After my youth service at the age of 29 in 2014, I immediately started searching for employment.
 
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Should Pregnancy be Disclosed at a Job Interview?

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Mabel got married two years ago and has been searching for a new job after her marriage. Three months after dropping her application, she was finally invited for an interview by a company she had been longing to work for. She was excited at first but anxiety took over when she realized she was 8 weeks pregnant with her first child.

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Words from the Registrar

Ajibola Ponnle 

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