In the modern world, workplace harassment, discrimination and any other forms of bullying are prevented by law. However, problems still occur, especially when people from different backgrounds are forced to work together.
Because of this, many people suffer poor mental and physical health as a result of long-term harassment. Some people neglect to ask for help because they’re embarrassed, while others may accept harassment as the norm. As a result, they suffer in silence.
This brings us to today’s pressing question: “How can you tell if someone’s health is suffering because of workplace harassment?”
Although this is a complicated question that requires a lot of thought, we’ve explored a few tell-tale signs in the rest of this article.
- They Lack Motivation for Things They Used to Enjoy
If you notice one of your colleagues starting to lose motivation for their work and other activities they use to thrive off, there could be a problem. Pay careful attention to people who appear sadder or more emotional than usual, and consider approaching them with an offer of help if required.