man at desk looking stressed The survey found 1 in 3 employees experienced workplace stress on a daily basis, with those in the media, health care and food services industries having the most burnout. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Although most employees are satisfied with their mental health coverage, they are afraid to bring up their problems to their employers.

That’s according to “Mental Health in the Workplace.” a survey released this month and conducted by Maestro Health, which found that 63% of employees struggled with a mental health condition, and 42% said it had a “significant impact” on their ability to do their jobs. Yet, according to the survey, 51% said they were not comfortable bringing it up with their managers.

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