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Depression and work: The impact of depression on different generations of employees

This is the second part of a 2-part series of white papers examining generational differences in the impact of anxiety and depression on work performance.

In our last paper, we concluded that the impact of anxiety might have a different impact on the work performance of each generation. Our findings suggested that workplaces might benefit from considering generation specific prevention and intervention strategies to combat anxiety at work. In this next chapter of our multigenerational journey we explored the relationship between employee depression and declines in work performance.