Reasonable Accommodations for Mental Health in the Time of COVID
The rise in diagnoses of mental health disorders during the last two years has been called a “second pandemic.” Just over half of adults aged 18 to 44 have reported symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as 38% of adults living with children. At the same time, for many office workers, the last two years have been an unprecedented experiment in remote work.
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The American Lawyer
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