Mental Health Warning Signs Among Coworkers

August 11, 2017

Jason Sweitzer, RVT, DVM, chief financial officer and board member of Not One More Vet, Inc., explains some of the mental health warning signs you may notice in your coworkers.

Jason Sweitzer, RVT, DVM, chief financial officer and board member of Not One More Vet, Inc., explains some of the mental health warning signs you may notice in your coworkers. Any kind of behavioral change — big or small — could mean a colleague is in need of help.

One concern is if a coworker doesn't take their allotted vacation days, which could be a sign of them not wanting to break from their easy, day-to-day routine. The biggest concern is if a coworker says, "Fine," after being asked how they're doing, which could be a sign of them avoiding talking about what's wrong or what their problem may be.