According to a new poll from the American Psychiatric Association (APA), about half of U.S. workers are comfortable talking about their mental health in the workplace, while more than one-third worry about the professional consequences if they seek mental health care. More than one in three workers are concerned about retaliation or even the prospect of being fired if they seek mental health care. Younger men have the greatest fears about how their employer would react. Poll data indicates that most workers (70%) know how to access mental health services; and 62% are at least somewhat comfortable pursuing help. About three in four people indicate they are confident about their ability to recognize signs of mental illness—such as anxiety or depression–in co-workers and would offer help. Real the full article.