March 4, 2023 from Western Standard A department report found that mental illness accounts for nearly half of all disability claims by federal employees. This comes after an earlier study stated that employees are “drowning in a pool of repetitive, menial and uninspiring tasks,” according to Blacklock’s Reporter. A report by the Department […]
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