Four years after the pandemic sent workers scurrying to work remotely, employers are still seeing fallout in the form of increased accommodation requests—this time not for COVID-19 but for mental health reasons.

Three-quarters of the 400 in-house lawyers, executives and HR people surveyed by Littler Mendelson reported an increase in requests for leaves of absence or other accommodations for mental health.

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