Workplace Culture

By the Numbers: Winter Blues and SAD at Work

By Rick Bell

Jan. 17, 2018

Each month Workforce looks at important stats in the human resources sector. Here’s the topic we’re keeping an eye on for January 2018: the winter blues and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). How common are these mood disorders in the workplace, and what impact do they have on employees and the companies they work for? Comment below or email editors@workforce.com. Follow Workforce on Twitter at @workforcenews.

[To check out “By the Numbers” videos on Workforce’s YouTube channel, go here.]

Rick Bell is Workforce’s editorial director. For comments or questions email editors@workforce.com.

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