This post deals with depression and might be triggering for some readers.
Mina* is a woman in her 50s working in a customer service delivery role. She earns a good wage, she works from home and her colleagues are lovely.
"As someone who has experienced serious mental health before, I know the signs," Mina tells Mamamia.
"I know I can't completely blame my employer for how I'm feeling. But with the intense workload on top of my shoulders, I just don't know what to do or who to turn to. And given my specific workplace doesn't have mental health support services in place for employees, I'm left wondering if quitting my job is my only option out."
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Mina isn't alone.
The Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Report has found that one in five Aussies feel their work has caused or worsened a mental health condition.
The report also indicated that overwhelming workloads, low recognition, toxic workplace cultures, poor management and stressful job environments pose the greatest psychosocial risk to employees.