Ben’s new whitepaper reveals that mental health could cost automotive industry employers up to £1.2bn a year

Ben’s new whitepaper reveals that mental health could cost automotive industry employers up to £1.2bn a year
A whitepaper released today by automotive charity, Ben, has found that mental health is still one of the biggest issues affecting the industry’s workforce and could cost employers as much as £1.2bn a year[1] collectively. Ben’s new whitepaper called Mental health in the automotive industry: moving up a gear examines evidence and provides practical solutions for employers on how to support the mental health of their workforce. Today, on World Mental Health Day, Ben seeks to make automoti...

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