A new study suggests that moving to a pay-for-performance compensation system leads to increased use of antidepressants by workers. Researchers found that when companies implemented pay-for-performance, the number of employees using antianxiety and antidepressant medications increased by nearly 6%. The study authors suggested that older workers are driving this date, as it’s more difficult for them to change, learn new roles, and/or adapt to change. Companies that move to pay-for-performance may consider putting more focus on mental health in the workplace, with increased efforts to de-stigmatize these issues and help employees get help. Read the full article.