Mental illness raises baseless worries in employers, columnist argues

09/16/2009 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

Many employers do not treat employees with mental illness fairly or hire them at all because of fear, writes columnist Magnus Linklater. His commentary is sparked by a recent case of an executive who claims he was fired because of the onset of bipolar disorder. Linklater argues that mental illness is common, treatable and not an absolute barrier to achievement.

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