Coping Tips for Workplace Depression

What is Workplace Depression?

Workplace depression is a type of depression that people can get from work stress. It is estimated that 1 in 5 workers will experience workplace depression at some point in their lives.

Workplace Depression Signs

1. Increased Absenteeism 2. Loss of Interest 3. Feeling Of Sadness 4. Poor Performance 5. Avoiding Social Interactions

1. Unsatisfactory Working Conditions 2. Overload of Work 3. Poor Job Satisfaction 4. Job Insecurity 5. Hostile Workplace Environment

Workplace Depression Reasons

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Coping Tips


Prioritize workload

Prioritize your workload and break it down into manageable tasks. This will help you manage your workload and workplace depression.

Reach Out To HR

Opening up about depression in the workplace can be intimidating, but it’s important that you have the support of your colleagues and supervisors

Practice Self-Care

Try to make time for activities that you enjoy and that help you relax outside of work, such as hobbies, exercise, or meditation.

Seek Help

It may be helpful to share your feelings with a trusted coworker, friend, or family member. If you need additional support, consider speaking with a mental health professional.

Consider a change

Consider talking to your supervisor if your work is causing significant distress or look for a job that is a better fit for your needs and values.